Soprano Julia Bullock’s NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert is streaming now on NPR’s website.
The concert is streaming for free and feature the soprano performing Schubert’s “Wanderers Nachtlied II,” Kurt Weill’s “Wie lange noch,” the traditional spiritual “City Called Heaven” arranged by Hall Johnson and Billy Taylor’s “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free” arranged by Jeremy Siskind. Christian Reif accompanies Bullock on the piano.
Bullock gave the Tiny Desk (Home) Concert in NPR Music’s special quarantine edition of the series in December from her home in Germany and NPR’s Tom Huizenga characterized it as “among the most transcendent musical moments I’ve experienced this year.”
The Tink Desk series recently included such artists as Dua Lipa, Black Pumas, and Chloe X Halle.
Audiences can watch the showcase on-demand at NPR Music.