Juliet is a mezzo-soprano with a voice of distinctive quality. Born in Stirling, she grew up in a musical environment; her mother is a freelance musician who plays and teaches violin and viola. Juliet attended Stageworx Stage School for six years before beginning tuition in classical singing. She then went on to study at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
During her time as an undergraduate student she proved herself to be "an intelligent, musical singer of promise and a joy to teach". On graduating with a First Class Bachelor of Music (Honours), she was offered a coveted place for postgraduate study, reserved for only those students with the greatest talent and potential.
Juliet has played key roles in numerous operatic productions and has performed as a recitalist in a wide variety of venues including the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Halifax Minster and the Bridgewater Hall. She has also performed solo for the prestigious Bulava Chorus, at the Notre Dame in Paris and the Cathedral of Resurrection in Kiev.
How the Award Helped
Juliet's Award enabled her to benefit from postgraduate study at the RNCM.
She first completed a postgraduate diploma, and then received a further award to supporto continue her studies on the Masters of Music in Performance course. This course is designed to provide advanced training in solo performance. As well as world-class one to one vocal tuition and performance opportunities, the course includes regular coaching sessions, language classes, repertoire classes, movement classes, Alexander Technique, acting technique and audition skills classes, equipping Juliet with the knowledge and experience needed to become a professional opera singer.