Mezzo-Soprano, JULIA POWERS, is a native of Austin, Texas. She is a graduate of the Master of Music Program in Vocal Performance at Baylor University where she studied with Dr. Jamie Van Eyck. This summer she attended Opera in the Ozarks as an Emerging Artist. During the festival, she sang JO MARCH & ALMA MARCH in Adamo’s Little Women, participated in community outreach events, and was featured in the company's 2nd Annual Broadway Cabaret.
Other recent performances include the title role in Handel’s Rinaldo with Chicago Summer Opera and CORNELIA in Handel’s Giulio Cesare with Red River Lyric Opera. She has sung DESIRÉE in A Little Night Music, ORESTE in Handel’s Oreste, LITTLE BUTTERCUP in H.M.S. Pinafore, and RAMIRO in La finta giardiniera with Baylor Opera Theater. She made her recital debut at Carnegie Hall in 2018 as the vocal finalist of the Baylor Semper Pro Musica Competition. She currently resides in Tucson, Arizona, where she enjoys performing with the Grammy-Winning chamber ensemble, The Phoenix Chorale.