Ula K.

Teacher
Ula K.
Plays/Teaches

Experience:

Ula is an insightful and committed teacher who engages students in a supportive classroom environment that encourages creative expression and exchange of ideas, so talent can flourish. Their lessons are tailored according to each student’s individual needs and diverse skill levels.

Education:

The Juilliard School -Graduate Diploma in Historical Performance Royal Academy of Music – Master of Arts in Historical Performance.

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance.

 

Located:

Manhattan, NYC

Ula K. is a Brooklyn based baroque violinist who performs regularly as a soloist and a member of many prominent groups throughout the US and Europe. They have toured extensively, played live for WQXR and BBC Radio 3 broadcasts and performed in many international music festivals, including Boston Early Music Festival, Bachfest Leipzig and Lucerne Festival. Last year they performed on Broadway for the award-winning ‘Farinelli and the King’ production.

Ula is an alumnum of the Juilliard School and the Royal Academy of Music (London), specializing in Historical Performance. Through the last few years they had the pleasure to work with some of the most notable musicians in the early music world, including Masaaki Suzuki, Rachel Podger, William Christie, Laurence Cummings, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Ton Koopman, Richard Egarr, Nicholas McGegan, Nicolette Moonen, Robert Mealy, Cynthia Roberts, Elizabeth Blumenstock and Stephen Stubbs, among many others.

Ula is also a keen contemporary music player. They aspire to explore and experiment with new ways of staging performances and to make early & contemporary music more accessible to a wider public.