Soprano Julia Bullock is a force for not only the musical world but for the greater world at large. In five diverse programs from September through May, this "exceptional singer of the new generation", according to The New York Times, adds her rich soprano voice as well as her voice of social consciousness and activism to The Metropolitan Museum of Art. As the first singer offered an artist residency at The Met, Bullock was inspired by the “Harlem On My Mind” exhibit to create her MetLiveArts program, “A Dream Deferred: Langston Hughes In Song”. Her performances are beautiful artistic expressions of how art impacts the world. Julia Bullock sings with such pathos you can very easily see she's not singing to entertain, but singing to move people to action.
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