After winning a choral scholarship to Clare College, Cambridge, Juliet followed another path, holding a series of senior financial positions in the City of London.
However, she maintained an active presence in singing, featuring as a soprano soloist with the Bach Choir in (inter alia) Sydney Opera House, Wellington Cathedral, the Royal Festival Hall and Frankfurt Cathedral and on two of their recordings.
Other solo recordings include “an angelic voice” on the soundtrack of the film Nostradamus and as the soprano soloist in Bliss’s Shield of Faith with the Collegiate Singers. With this group she also performed the solo soprano part in Bloch’s Sacred Service, conducted by Yehudi Menuhin in St Paul’s Cathedral.
After leaving the City, she studied as a mezzo for two years with Alison Wells. She has just completed her third year at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, moving to contralto and studying with Lynton Atkinson. Roles performed in this time include Medoro (Orlando) , Filipyevna (Eugene Onegin) , Third Lady (The Magic Flute), Flosshilde (Das Rheingold), Maman (L’Enfant et les Sortilèges), Lady Essex (Gloriana) and Mistress Quickly (Falstaff).
In 2016, she covered the role of Madge in Trinity Laban ‘s world premiere production of Stephen McNeff’s “Banished”.
In February 2017, she helped create the role of Mrs Wilberforce in the world premiere of Lawrence and Lewis’s musical, The Ladykillers, not only appearing as the character but also participating in creative workshops.
In July 2017, she was Arnalta in Trinity Laban’s critically-acclaimed production of L’Incoronazione di Poppea.
Opera roles since graduation include Lucia in Cavalleria Rusticana and Housekeeper in a jukebox opera, Cinderella.
In July 2018, she will be appearing at the John Lyons Theatre and at the Maldon Festival as Orfeo in Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridce” and as Miss Todd (the old maid) in Menotti’s “The Old Maid and the Thief”.