Beatrice Vasilyevna graduated from the faculty of physical education and sport of the Rostov State Pedagogical Institute (1961), the faculties of directing the musical and opera theater and vocal art of the State Institute of Theatrical Art named after A.V. Lunacharsky (1967).
Beatrice Vasilyevna worked in the theaters of Chelyabinsk, Cheboksary, Krasnoyarsk, the opera studios of the Gorky (1969-1980), Astrakhan (1982, 1998-1999) conservatories, the Togliatti Institute of Arts (2004–2005).
As a vocal teacher, she took part in the production of performances at the FG Volkov Theater, the Yaroslavl Youth Theater, and the Moscow pop theater Tris. She created folklore ensembles at the theatrical institute and pedagogical university. She participated in concert trips with students around the country and abroad. The operetta Silva (staged by A. Kuzin, a joint project of the Volkov Theater and Theater Institute 2009 - 2010), prepared by vocal teacher Beatrice Okulova, was a highlight of the theater season and was extremely popular with the audience.
Carried out more than 20 productions of plays, among them: "The Barber of Seville" by Gioacchino Rossini, "The Queen of Spades" and "Eugene Onegin" by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, "Mermaid" by Alexander Dargomyzhsky, "The Clowns" by Ruggero Leoncavallo, "My Fair Lady" by Frederick Low, "Mozart and Salieri" by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, "The Maid-Lady' by Giovanni Pergolesi and others.
She performed as a singer with concert programs: "Bach, Handel, Mozart", "Waltz sound adorable", "Ave Maria", "Golden Placer of Romance", "From Bach to Offenbach" and others.
In pedagogical and concert activities, as in life, she was truly tireless, inspiring both colleagues and students with her cheerfulness and energy.