Quality performances give birth to quality art!

Lyrica Classic envisions a society that helps the world with discovering a quality of new or unknown music via bringing it on the famous stages and making high-quality productions using first caliber artists, which gives access to the unique social, emotional, intellectual, social benefits achieved through musical excellence and high production quality.

We believe that only through quality performance can be given life to quality art! And through quality, we can attract new generations and bring them the love for classical music!


Always Striving For Excellence

The mission of Lyrica Classic is to allow undiscovered music to find the recognition it deserves, and allow the public to evaluate the music in full and hear the works

as the composer intended them. Real artists, as well as good music, need its stage and use.

It would be only fair to mention that many musical works are not appreciated because the composers do not have adequate funding to bring the music to life or their music was previously performed poorly and the first impression was irrevocably ruined.

Let us recall the well-known example, Rachmaninoff’s First Symphony, which is known today as one of the most beautiful and soul-touching musical works, even to an inexperienced listener. However, how many people know the first production of the symphony was performed badly; the music was spoiled—It was a catastrophe! The critics screamed in indignation that it’s impossible to perform such a terrible piece. The composer subsequently became depressed and did not write for three years! Imagine how much the world has lost. We could have had one more collection of his art songs, a couple of concertos or symphonies if not for this ugly performance of his First Symphony, which is now known to the whole world.

The example of Rachmaninoff demonstrates the importance of the quality production of new or unknown music. That is why we believe Lyrica’s mission is so essential to humanity, the music community, and future generations. We bring justice to the composers, justice to the music, and justice to the world!


Meet The Team

Our team carries out an honorable mission – building bridges between countries through cooperation in music, discovering new names, and previously unknown music.

Yulia Petrachuk

President & Artistic Director

Carlo Mahfouz

Treasurer & CIO/CSO & Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer

Rachel Kozy

Board Member

Anshul Goyal


Angela Wu

Copywriter & Editor

Ryan Gonzalez

Social Media Developer & Blogger

Christian Mahfouz

Web & Application

Developer Assistant

Fendi Abou Hassan

Application Developer


Provide, nurture, cultivate, embody and work hard!

Provide Opportunity

Access to the benefits of performing opportunities at the top concert venues, regardless of socioeconomic status or recognition in the music world.

Nurture Creativity

Our innovative team is always looking for contemporary solutions to attract new auditorium and make our members experience easy, fun, and exciting.

Cultivate Excellent

We originate unforgettable memories for sophisticated tastes.

Embody Community

Always are looking forward to enriching the communities via local chamber events.

Work Hard

Always looking for new projects and discovering new talents around the world.

Ms. Petrachuk studied at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and is a graduate of Bern Opera Studio in Bern, Switzerland.

Her debut as a professional opera singer was with the State Theater Bern, Switzerland, in 2010. After that, she performed with many other recognized opera companies and concert venues as Theater Biel (Switzerland), Ash Lawn Opera Festival (USA), Opera Ischia (Italy), Dicapo Opera Theater NYC, Great Moscow Hall, Vocal Productions NYC, Nova, and Opera Camerata In Washington DC, Smetana Hall in Prague, Carnegie Hall in NYC, Musikverein and Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna (Austria), and many others.

Yulia is specializing in contemporary operas and other forms of vocal music of the 20th century. She performed many World and US-premiers.

As well, ms. Petrachuk, through her teaching studio, instills the love for classical music to new generations. Ms. Petrachuk has robust experience in international performing art projects’, execution, and collaborations in the USA and EU.

Out of her passion and drive to sustain and give the less- or unknown music a voice, Yulia Petrachuk founded Lyrica Classic Entertainment to be a sounding beacon to deliver superior level results and presentation of the music.

Carlo Mahfouz is a seasoned operations specialist with vast experience in technology and digital media. Mr. Mahfouz has an executive MBA from Georgetown University and over a decade of digital media and strategy experience.

Mr. Mahfouz has worked in healthcare Ed-tech for a decade where he has managed and implemented innovative products and services. In addition to Lyrica Classic, Mr Mahfouz is Director of Platform Technology at Laerdal Medical where he provides alignment, execution, communication and change management for Laerdal Medical product platform strategic portfolio. An amateur opera singer and classical guitar artist, Mr. Mahfouz has a passion and drive for the classical arts.

Rachel served the US Navy as a Healthcare Administrator specializing in Medical Logistics from 2012-2017. She received her B.S. in Business Logistics from Pennsylvania State University, a M.S. in Exercise Physiology from the Citadel, a M.P.H. from Johns Hopkins University, and a Ph.D. (ABD) in Bioenergetics from East Carolina University. Rachel is currently the class president for her Executive MBA programs at UCLA, a Veterans in Global Leadership and Focus Forward fellow, and an Aspen Institute Socrates Scholar.

She is passionate about social impact and in her free time she provides pro bono consulting to Stage 6, a social impact franchise accelerator working to address the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. She is the founder of the Empowered Women Brunch, which connects and inspires individuals who are investing in enhancing their personal and professional lives. Additionally, Rachel volunteers with Veterans and American Corporate Partners to provide one-on-one mentoring and guidance to military members who are either transitioning or struggling to find meaningful work.

She also serves on the Board of Directors for Lyrica Classic, a global non-profit that allows undiscovered music to find the recognition it deserves. Rachel has spent the past 20 years studying human physiology, cognitive neuroscience, bioenergetics, and the mind-body connection. She is currently working on a new business venture to connect people with resources to improve their physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing.

Anshul Goyal joined Lyrica Classic Entertainment as an accountant and is excited to help raise additional resources for its essential work.Anshul lives in India, Haryana State (Northern India). Mr. Goyal is a Licensed Chartered Accountant, and has passed US CPA, and is currently working as a Partner in the core domain of Global Tax in Public Accounting firm in India.

Anshul is passionate about helping businesses with Tax Compliances around the world. “I like helping nonprofits with my professional services, which I really enjoy doing that and also I believe in building long-term relationships with these nonprofit organizations.” Anshul plays musical instruments such as harmonium, mridanga (a traditional Indian classical instrument) and likes to sing Indian Classical music.

Angela Wu is currently a student at the University of Pennsylvania Law School pursuing her Juris Doctor (JD) degree. At Penn Law, she is an Associate Editor on both Law Review and the Journal of Law and Innovation. Angela is also concurrently enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine as a Master of Bioethics (MBE) candidate. She is expected to graduate with both a JD and MBE in 2022. Prior to law school and graduate school, Angela attended the University of Maryland as a full-ride Banneker Key Scholar and a member of the Honors College.

She enjoys playing instruments, including the violin and viola in her free time and is excited to help further Lyrica Classic’s mission.

Ryan Gonzalez is a Wisconsin-based copy editor currently working for a construction newspaper. When he’s not busy proofing the paper, he’s working on the design and layout of Stuck in the Middle, a small Zine he co-created to help fellow Midwesterners navigate life’s many struggles and triumphs.Having previously gone to school for vocal performance at The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, he strives to combine his love of writing and music to show others the joys of classical music. He does this by highlighting curious cases and instruments in music history, showing that the field is much more interesting than your high school teacher may have led you to believe.