Giulia Bolcato - Soprano - graduated with honors in singing at the "B. Marcello" Conservatory in Venice (IT).
Throughout her career, she has performed numerous leading roles, including Musica and Euridice in C. Monteverdi's "L'Orfeo", Amore in F. Cavalli's "Gli amori di Apollo e Dafne", Belinda in H. Purcell's "Dido & Aeneas", and Tusnelda in A. Bononcini's "Arminio". She has also played roles such as Lesbina in Vignola's "Lesbina e Milo", Fanny in "La Cambiale di Matrimonio", Sofia in "Il signor Bruschino", Ninetta in "La Gazza Ladra" and Elvira in G. Rossini's "L’Italiana in Algeri". She debuted as Die Königin der Nacht in W.A. Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte" at the Royal Swedish Opera in Sweden, Gilda in G. Verdi's "Rigoletto" at the Parco della Musica Teatro Regio in Parma, as Serpina in G.B. Pergolesi's "La serva padrona" and Lucy in G. Menotti's "The Telephone" at the Teatro Pergolesi in Jesi. She has also sung Dinah in G. Bernstein's "Trouble in Tahiti" and Oscar in Giuseppe Verdi's "Un ballo in Maschera".
Among her upcoming high-profile performances, she will perform as soprano soloist in W.A. Mozart's Requiem and as Gabriel in J. Haydn's Die Schöpfung at the Salzburg Festival. She will also appear in the roles of Anna in Nabucco and La voix du Ciel in Don Carlos by G. Verdi, both at the prestigious Grand Théâtre de Genève, and Marianne in Der Rosenkavalier by R. Strauss.
She has had the honor of singing in many prestigious theaters and festivals such as Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Regio Parma, Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genova, Teatro Sociale in Como, Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, Teatro Pavarotti – Freni in Modena, Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Opera di Firenze, Royal Swedish Opera, Teatro Comunale in Bolzano, Opera Giocosa Savona, Meinfranken Theater Würzburg, Fondazione Haydn, Festival de l'Abbaye de Saint-Michel en Thiérache, Festwochen Innsbruck,Anneliese Brost Musikforum Ruhr Bochum, Kodaly Center Pécs Hungary, Biennale di Venezia, Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini in Jesi, Festival Alessandro Stradella, Salzburg Festspiele, Valletta Baroque Festival, Göttingen Festival, Early Music Festival and the Opera pa Skäret in Sweden.
She has worked with internationally renowned conductors and directors, including J. Savall, D. Giorgi, S. Montanari, A. Casellati, M. Mazzeo, M. Alibrando, U. Benedetti Michelangeli, R. Alessandrini, M. Angius, S. Rolli, A. Beltrami, G. Bisanti, A. Schiff, I. Volkov, A. Vass, M. Mencoboni, A. De Carlo, A. Skryleva, A. Cadario, G. Andretta, F. M Bressan, R. F. Carminati, A. Palumbo, J. Sipari, T. Ceccarini, D. Tchobanov e D. Michieletto, M. Martone, O. A. Tandberg, L. Micheletto, C. Leboutte, M. Gandini, R. Catalano, B. Morassi, G. Vaccari, S. Panighini, E. Dara, D. Colonna, A. Premoli, A. Beuermann, F. Bellotto, P.F. Maestrini.
Active in contemporary music, she has successfully played leading roles in several operas, including Mowgli in "The Jungle Book" by G. Sollima, Alice in "Alice" by M. Franceschini, and Clorinda in "The Combat of Tancredi and Clorinda" by G. Battistelli.
Invited to the Venice Biennale, she has performed in the production "The return by S. S. Andersen,"In my sky at twilight by R. Thomas and “Nothing by L. Mosca .
She performed as Lilli in the opera "Aquagranda," conducted by M. Angius and directed by Damiano Michieletto, for the opening night of Teatro La Fenice in Venice. The opera received the special award "Franco Abbiati" in 2017. Giulia has also been awarded prestigious international prizes, such as the "Cesti Singing Competition" in Innsbruck in 2017 and the "Bergonzi" prize at the 53rd International Competition "Voci Verdiane Città di Busseto" in 2015.
Apart from her artistic pursuits, she obtained a degree in Languages, Cultures, and Societies of East Asia from the prestigious Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
Premio Terenzio Zardini
Edizione 2022 Verona
2017 Cesti Competition 3rd Prize Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik
2017 Franco Abbiati 2017 Aquagranda Opera Angius/Michieletto
2015 Salice d'oro Competition Faravelli Prize
2015 Voci Verdiane Competition 3rd Prize Busseto Cassi