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July 22-24  1-1:30 EST 

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Why the Whistle Voice?

Give yourself the *gift* of effortless, free and exciting high notes that are *truly* dynamic.


Come join me for my FREE 3 day deep-dive into the Whistle Voice and its benefits!


July 22-24 @ 1pm-1:30pm EST

(10am PST/11am MST/12pm CST/ 7pm CEST)

You will learn:


---→ Why the Whistle Register is an essential part of the voice

---→ Exercises to find and cultivate the Whistle Voice

---→ Identify common restrictions to the function of this vocal register.

Register now, as there are even going to be prizes, so signing up is an important detail!

AND be sure to tell any friends who may be interested!



Ever had that happen on stage? The feeling when you go to sing a high note and the voice feels it is at the end of it’s leash, and all you can do is spread it wide and SPLAT the tone out.
Fine. You move on, and hope tomorrow is better.

But what if this happens often?
What if your top consistently doesn’t feel free and easy.
What if the high notes always feel like the scary parts?

You *know* deep down that your voice is capable of SO MUCH MORE: you just don’t know how to gain access.

The KEY to an elegant and beautiful high register is accessing the all-illusive WHISTLE VOICE.

  • The whistle voice is the highest register of the voice

  • It usually feels disconnected from the full voice.

  • It typically has very different characteristics from the rest of the voice, and may feel like a “fake voice”.


Many times you will not even hear a pure whistle tone ever on the stage... but the whistle register will be mixing and creating overtones and freedom with the other registers… this is the magic of perfecting the whistle voice!

So… HOW do you access this magic?


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Hi, I'm Julia Radosz.

I help singers break through vocal limitations to expand their range, beauty, and power through holistic and customized training of the voice, body and mind.


Along with my career as an opera singer, I have been teaching private voice for over 15 years. 

My students have received many honors including final selections for NBC's The Voice, Miss America pageants, Opera and Classical voice competitions, and Vocal Scholarships for conservatories and universities.


Additionally, they regularly perform leading roles in Musical Theater and Opera, both in regional companies and educational institutions. They can be heard as solo artists or in bands throughout the USA, ranging from Pop to Rockabilly, on stages and with album releases.


As an opera singer, I have performed with companies such as Opera Orlando, Opera Naples, National Moravian-Silesian Theater, Annapolis Opera, Wichita Grand Opera, Gulfshore Opera, Little Opera Theatre of New York, and Tri-Cities Opera. Major roles include Marietta (Die tote Stadt), Madama Butterfly, Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus), Donna Elvira/Anna (Don Giovanni, Violetta (La Traviata), Fiordiligi (Cosí fan tutte), Susannah,  Antonia (Les contes d'Hoffmann), and Suor Angelica.


I have won a few competitions, including The Jenny Lind Competition, Connecticut Concert Opera Competition, The Marcella Kochanska Sembrich Competition, and 5 Towns Music and Art Foundation Competition. Additionally, I was  2nd prize winner of the Kosciuszko Foundation Competition and the National Federation of Music Clubs Biennial Young Artist Awards, 3rd prize winner of the New Jersey State Opera Competition,  as well as a grant recipient from CareerBridges Foundation.  


I currently live in Bratislava, Slovakia with my fiance who is a Slovak conductor, and I miss my dog, Fifi, who is keeping my Dad company in Florida. 

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