“I have known and worked with Suzanne for over 17 years. It is because of her that I have learned to sing correctly. I owe my career to her and her technique. She is a vocal wizard, who not only nurtures your voice but your soul. Her technique is simple, yet crucial to provide vocal longevity in order to carry you through a healthy singing career.”
- Julie Adams
Metropolitan National Opera Council Auditions, 2014
George London Award, 2015
Elizabeth Connell Prize, 2015
Sara Tucker Study Grant, 2015
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Soprano Julie Adams Makes Good On Her Promise
"In addition to its other rewards, last year’s Merola Opera Program included early notice of the arrival of a major vocal talent, in the person of soprano Julie Adams. As Blanche DuBois in André Previn’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” and again in an all-too-brief star turn during the summer’s Grand Finale concert, Adams displayed a wonderful combination of tonal luster and expressive agility.
Those qualities, and more, were on display again on Sunday, as Adams — now an Adler Fellow — continued the season’s Schwabacher Debut Recitals with a superb solo appearance at Temple Emanu-El. It was a recital that only served to cement the strong impression this singer had already made."
Oh, What a Night in San Jose
"As his love interest, and essentially the only female role, Julie Adams was the radiant diva Anna Sorensen. Her rich, creamy, agile soprano was of the highest quality, the kind that prompts excited “who-is-she?” intermission chatter (and beyond). Ms. Adams is entrusted to deliver a beautifully judged battlefield prayer, and boy, deliver it she did with heart-stopping effect. You read it here: We will be hearing much more from her."