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One of the sopranos who "stood out". Her singing was "bell-like, attentively phrased".

- San Francisco Classical Voice

From medieval music to world premieres, Julie Bosworth revels in versatile singing. Recognized for having “the richest, most buttery tone” (Washington Classical Review), this “notably stylish and expressive” singer finds joy and fulfillment in collaborating with artists across a vast array of musical genres. 

She has been featured on live radio broadcasts by NPR, All Classical Portland, WBJC and WYPR in Baltimore, and WGBH Boston. On the operatic stage, Julie has performed with The In Series, American Opera Theater, Raylynmor Opera, Opera AACC, and Peabody Opera Theater, singing such roles as Phaino (Here be Sirens), Queen of the Night (The Magic Flute), Cleopatra (Giulio Cesare), Belinda (Dido and Aeneas), Blanche de la Force (Dialogues of the Carmelites), and the title role in L’incoronazione di Poppea. Equally at home on the concert stage, she has appeared as a soloist with American Bach Soloists, Tempesta di Mare, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Early Music Festival, Mountainside Baroque, the Staunton Music Festival, Baltimore Choral Arts Society, and The Bach Choir of Bethlehem. Julie is a core member of the critically acclaimed chamber group The Broken Consort, an exuberant and experimental medieval and new music ensemble. Furthermore, she has sung extensively with True Concord Voices and Orchestra, The Thirteen, Apollo's Fire, The Washington Bach Consort, Kinnara, Hesperus, Seraphic Fire, Les Canards Chantants, The New Consort, and Zenith Ensemble.

Julie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Millikin University and a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance and Early Music from The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. She is a chorister at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., and resides in Baltimore with her husband, baritone Corbin Phillips.

"Julie Bosworth...provided the finishing touch with elegance of technique and subtle nuance"

-The Baltimore Sun

"Soprano Julie Bosworth gave...grace and dynamic sensitivity"

- San Francisco Classical Voice

"I was in solid musical hands: the Peabody Consort’s program 'In the Circle of Henry VIII' was simply stunning. The blend of Julie Bosworth’s soprano and Daniel Moody’s countertenor was sublime, with printed lyrics completely unnecessary; even if English was not your first language, the way those two would sing 'soft' or 'courage' or 'under those trees he stabbed me' would tell you all you needed to know."

                                                                                                 -Early Music America

"Julie Bosworth offered bright, well-focused tone and supple phrasing in the Handel work." 

                                                -The Baltimore Sun

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