Julietta Kocharova



At the age of 4, Julietta joined a music school to study violin and piano. After concluding her studies cum laude at the age of 14, she felt immediately drawn by classical music. When she was 16 years old, Julietta entered the Saratov State Conservatory (Russia) (Master), becoming the first student in the conservatory’s history admitted at such young age, in the “Academic Singing” specialty.

During her years at the Saratov State L. B. Sobinov Conservatory, Vocal Faculty, she performed in Conservatory opera studio the roles of:

  • Carolina Cimarosa in the “The Secret Marriage”
  • Suzanne in Mozart’s “Le Nozze di Figaro”
  • Donizetti’s Lucia in the opera “Lucia Dilamermur”
  • Violetta in Verdi’s opera “La Traviata”
  • Martha in Rimsky – Korsakov’s “Tsar Bride “

In 2015 Julietta obtained her PhD degree under the supervision of Professor Rapatskaya Ludmila Alexandrovna (member of the Training Council for Music Education, Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation, member of the Composers’ Union of Russia (section musicology) ) at Sholokhov Moscow State University for the Humanities, Russia.

In 2012 Julietta entered Brussels Royal Conservatory to make Master in Voice (professor Dinah Bryant). She graduated from the Brussels Conservatory in June 2015.

At the Brussels Royal Conservatory, Julietta studied from incredible artists, such as:

  • Dinah Bryant
  • Paola Larini
  • David Linx
  • Helene Luyten
  • Jan Vande Weghe
  • Luc Loubry
  • Bart Bouckaert
  • Inge Spinette
  • Daniel Blumenthal
  • Thomas Dieltjens
  • Dirk Vermeulen

Julietta was selected to participate in the prestigious 2013-2014 International Liedmasterclass, organized by the Brussels Royal Conservatoire, where she worked with musicians such as:

  • Christianne Stotijn
  • David Selig
  • Urszula Kryger
  • Phillip Moll
  • Wolfgang Holzmair
  • Julius Drake
  • Christoph Pregardien

In September 2015 Julietta was selected to Postgraduate study in Chamber Music in Brussels Royal Conservator. She is actively preparing her chamber repertoire by Strauss, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky and Ravel.

Julietta is constantly looking to develop her skills, having successfully completed master classes from several world wide famous musicians, such as:

  • Cheryl Studer (USA/ Allemagne)
  • Peter Dvorsky (Slovakia)
  • Ubaldo Fabbri (Italy)
  • Magdalena Blahusiakova (Slovakia)
  • Nikolaus Hillebrand (Germany)
  • Antonio Carangelo (Italy)
  • Snezana Nena Brzakovic (Germany)
  • Bernd Riedel (Germany)
  • People’s Artist of Russia I.M. Zhurina (Russia)
  • Professor of Moscow State Conservatory P.I. Tchaikovsky The People’s Artist of Russia, G.A. Pisarenko (Russia)


Having graduated from the Saratov State Conservatory, Russia in 2006, Julietta was immediately noticed and hired by the Saratov Opera and Ballet Theatre. At the very young age of 21 years she made her debut on stage, where she performed the role of Adelie, from Kalman’s operetta “Die Fledermaus”. Julietta also performed the following roles, as a leading soloist in the Saratov Opera and Ballet Theatre and in other opera houses:

  • Gilda (“Rigoletto” by Verdi)
  • Rosina (“Barber of Seville” by Rossini)
  • Oscar (“Masked Ball” by Verdi)
  • Pamina (“The Magic Flute” Mozart)
  • Frasquita (“Carmen” by Bizet)
  • Bianca (“The Taming of the Shrew” V.Shebalin)
  • Adele (“Die Fledermaus” by Johann Strauss)
  • Kseniya (“Boris Godunov” by Modest Mussorgsky)
  • Antonida (“A Life for the Tsar” by Mikhail Glinka )
  • Lyudmila (“Ruslan and Lyudmila” by Mikhail Glinka)

  • Francesca (“Francesca da Rimini” by Sergei Rachmaninoff)
  • The Snow Maiden (“The Snow Maiden: A Spring Fairy Tale ” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov)
  • Marfa (“The Tsar’s Bride” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov)
  • Swan-Bird (“The Tale of Tsar Saltan” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov)
  • Prilepa (“The Queen of Spades” by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky)
  • Ninette (“The Love for Three Oranges”, Sergei Rachmaninoff)
  • Bianca (“The Taming of the Shrew” by V. Shabalin), etc.


Starting from 2014 Julietta is the inspirer and the artistic director of the festival “Triomphe de l’Art music festival” and of the International Music Competition “Triomphe de l’Art” in Brussels, Belgium. As president, she defines artistic and cultural direction of the association “Triomphe de l’Art, asbl”, Belgium: http://triomphedelart.org/


  • 2015 prizes of “VINDELINCK” and “LERMINIAUX” of Royale Conservatory of Brussels
  • 2014 1st prize at 3rd International Youth Music Festival-Competition Le Strade d’Europa, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • 2014 diploma at 49th Antonin Dvorak International Singing, Czech Republic
  • 2014 special prize and a diploma at Jakub Pustina International Singing Competition, Czech Republic
  • 2013 3rd prize at the III International Competition for young opera singers in honor of people’s artist of the USSR Maksim Mikhailov in Cheboksary (Russia)
  • 2013 1st prize at the VI Bruna Spiler International Competition of Solo Singers in Montenegro
  • 2012 3rd prize at the II Tiit Kuusik International Lied Competition in Estonia, 2011 2nd place at the VI International Competition “Muses of the World” («Modern Art and Education»)
  • 2010 3rd prize at the III International Competition of Vocalists of Bibigul Tulegenova,
  • 2010 2nd prize at the VII International Festival-Competition of Russian Romance, “White Acacia”
  • 2009 3rd prize at the VI International Competition of Young Vocalists, “Orpheus”
  • 2008 1st prize at the III All-Russian competition of Galina Kovaleva
  • 2004 3rd prize at the XX All-Russian Competition of D. B. Kabalevski
  • 2003 3rd prize and an Audience Award at the All-Russian Competition of Young Performers of Russian Romance.