Soprano Marta Kukularova began her musical education at The Music High School in Plovdiv, Bulgaria with harp and later she completed her undergraduate studies at The Academy of Music, Dance and Art in Plovdiv in Voice Studies. She participated in a Master Class with Elena Obraztsova in Spain where she was granted the Best Young Singer's Award. She also participated in a US national tour, organized by CAMI where she performed Sacerdotessa from “Aida”  and Contessa Ceprano from “Rigoletto” by Verdi. 
Marta performed the role of Barbarina from Mozart's “Marriage of Figaro” with The Juilliard Opera Theater.  Later in the same year, she performed the title soprano role of “Susannah” by Carlisle Floyd in the prestigious Chautauqua Music Festival and  she came back to perform Tatiana from “Eugene Onegin” by Tchaikovsky.  The following year, she made her Alice Tully Hall debut in New York City’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. In 2010 she completed her Master’s in Voice at Juilliard. She also is a fellow of the Opera Singers Initiative and successfully pursues her vocal performance career.
Proud volunteer with Sing For Your Seniors, a non-profit that brings professional artists into hospitals, community centers and homes to bring music to seniors in need. Our goal is to provide uplifting music and an intergenerational connection through song and stories both in-person and virtually.