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On Tuesday night, Ms. Bullock showed another dimension of her impressive artistry when she made her New York recital debut, as part of the Young Concert Artists series at Merkin Concert Hall. Accompanied sensitively by the fine pianist Renate Rohlfing, Ms. Bullock presented a musically fresh and personal program.
She began with an Italian group, boldly alternating early Berio songs with late Rossini works, dealing in various ways with the pangs of love and the ruminations on the ideal woman. The Berio works were based on folk songs, though the composer, then a student, folded the tunes into milky modern harmonic textures. The Rossini songs, written during his decades of official retirement from the opera business, are charming and clever. The title of the first song in this group, Berio’s “Dolce Cominciamento,” translates as “sweet beginning.” The sentiment applied equally well to Ms. Bullock’s recital because, from the first phrases, her singing was plush, full and nuanced.
Correction: March 14, 2014