Yulia Vakula

In 2019, she graduated with honors from the Vishnevskaya College of Musical and Theatrical Arts (class of Zoya Sviridova). While studying at CMTA, she repeatedly became the winner of all-Russian and International competitions, as well as the recipient of the Mayor of Moscow's 2nd-degree Grant in 2017.

Currently, she is a graduate student at the Russian State Specialized Academy of Arts (RGSAI) and a soloist of the educational theater RGSAI (artistic director of the theater - Yakupov A.N.). Her debut at the opera theater-studio took place in the operetta 'The Husband at the Door' by J. Offenbach, where she performed as Suzon. During her first year, she also portrayed three opera roles: Marcellina in 'La nozze di Figaro,' Martha in 'Iolanta,' and Dorabella in 'Così fan tutte.'

She leads an active competitive life, achieving notable successes. In February 2022, she won the Grand Prix of the International competition of academic solo singing 'Dedicated to Chaliapin.' In March 2023, she became a laureate of the 1st degree in the International Vocal Competition named after V.N. Levko, among other achievements.

Furthermore, she participated in the charitable festive event 'Raising the Spirit' held on December 26, 2022, at the Federal State Budgetary Institution 'Main Military Clinical Hospital named after N.N. Burdenko,' organized by the Igor Sandler Foundation for the Support of Gifted Children and Youth.

As a finalist of the educational project 'Institute of Opera,' she showcased her talent in the gala concert of the graduates-finalists at Zaryadye Hall on April 24, 2023. The concert was accompanied by the Musica Viva orchestra (artistic director - People's Artist of Russia Alexander Rudin) under the direction of conductor Migran Agadzhanyan.