Julia Malik

Born in Poland, currently shares life between Bergen and Warsaw. Professional opera singer and cello player. 

Graduated with her Master Degree in the Cello Performance from Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg, Germany, where she studied with internationally acclaimed cellist, prof. Arto Noras. She also holds a Master Degree in Opera, Solo Singing, at the Academy of Music in Cracow, Poland, class of prof. Katarzyna Oleś-Blacha. 


Currently a member of Liedklasse at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart, led by prof. Cornelis Witthoefft and prof. Teru Yoshihara, from where she also graduated her BA studies. Julia is also an academic - scholarship holder in the artistic research program at the Grieg Academy in Bergen, Norway.


She received many prizes and scholarships for her artistic work: Cusanuswerk Bonn, President of the City of Cracow, President of the Academy of Music in Cracow, DAAD, Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now, Lions Club Nike Warsaw, Morningside Music Bridge Calgary, Sapere Auso Foundation.


As an opera singer, she performed roles such as Romilda (Serse), La Contessa (Le Nozze Di Figaro), Hanna (Straszny Dwór), Angelica (Orlando Paladino), Elisetta (Il Matrimonio Segreto) -soprano, as well as Angelina (La Cenerentola) -mezzosoprano, at the Hordaland Theater in Bergen.


As an oratorio and lead singer performed during numerous festivals in Poland, Germany, Italy, Norway, Finland, Japan and China. To name some of them: Carloforte Music Festival, Voice and Piano Chamber Music Festival (Cracow), Hölderlin Tage - Akademie Des Gesprochenes Wortes (Stuttgart), Neue Musik Festival Und Meisterkurse für Neues Musiktheater (Stuttgart), Sibelius Festival (Embassy of Finland in Warsaw).


In 2015 - 2017 she gave a concert tournée in 28 Poly Grand Theatre in China, with Stradivarius Kammerensamble Berlin. 


Julia is also a General Director of Asian Cooperation in the Polish Chamber Musicians Association and a CEO of Sunrise Bridge Music Production -a company promoting European, especially Polish, classical and chamber music in Asian countries, as well as establishing a long-term cooperation between Europe and Asia, in the field of music.

PHOTO CREDIT: Poly Theater China