Bernstein Piccola Serenata with Tyson Deaton


Isabelle Aboulker – ‘mélodies • songs’

en français and in English

Europe (not UK): 2 November 2018
UK release: 7 December 2018
USA/digital: 4 January 2019

Julia Kogan soprano
Isabelle Aboulker piano


In Jest – Comic Art Songs

from baroque to contemporary

Release date: 25 November 2016

Julia Kogan soprano
Tyson Deaton piano

First Hand Records


Troika: Russia’s westerly poetry in three orchestral song cycles

Three new song cycles based on Russian, French and English poems by Brodsky, Lermontov, Nabokov, Pushkin, and Tyutchev set to music by Aboulker, Barbotin, Bekmambetov, Greenberg, DeMars, Rubtsov, Schelle, and Zhurbin.

Recorded December 2009 with the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic,
Jeffery Meyer, dir.

Released 2011 on Rideau Rouge Records with Harmonia Mundi distribution



by Eskender Bekmambetov, poem by Joseph Brodsky, from the cycle "there..."


by James DeMars, poem by Vladimir Nabokov, from the cycle "Sing, Poetry"

"Jusqu'au plaisir de nous revoir"

by Isabelle Aboulker, poem by Aleksander Pushkin, from the cycle "Caprice Etrange"

Romances and Lieder

Songs of Rachmaninoff, Mozart and Schubert
Julia Kogan, soprano
Christopher Glynn, piano
Recorded in Paris, released in Brazil in 2010.


Vivaldi fioritura

Soprano opera arias and motet

Recorded 2007 with Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, Misha Rachlevsky, dir.

Released March 2010 on Rideau Rouge Records with distribution by Harmonia Mundi


Händel’s 9 Deutsche Arien, performed and recorded live
Alcazar Palace with the Figueiredo Consort (Nicolau de Figueiredo, dir.)
XXVI Festival de Musica Antigua de Sevilla, April 3, 2009.

Künft'ger Zeiten eitler Kummer HMV 202

Flammende Rose, Zierde der Erden HMV 210

2015 BBC Radio 3 Broadcast

Songs by exiled composers in Hollywood

Wie lange noch?

by Kurt Weill, Marc Verter & Julia Kogan

The Land Where My Heart Lies

by Miklós Rózsa, Marc Verter & Julia Kogan

Sweet Surrender

by Dimitri Tiomkin, Marc Verter & Julia Kogan