In new music, recent highlights include giving the world premiere of a new song cycle by Bernhard Lang at MaerzMusik with Mark Knoop (watch the new video here), a reprisal of Eva Reiter's The Lichtenberg Figures in Ghent with ICTUS, and two performances of Philomel for occasions marking the centenary of Milton Babbitt's birth.


In early music, I'm delighted to be joining Gli Angeli Genève for their Bach series and La Grande Chapelle for a programme of Guerrero and Salazar in Zamora Cathedral.


Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of 81 sponsors, my version of Morton Feldman's Three Voices will soon be available on the Hat Hut label. Keep an eye out here for updates on the release date and for news of a London launch.


Forthcoming highlights in the 2016/17 season include the first performance of Michael Finnissy's Andersen-Liederkreis with Mark Knoop at TRANSIT Festival, and a new work for soprano and ensemble by Rebecca Saunders with Klangforum Wien at Donaueschinger Musiktage and hcmf//, and with Ensemble Remix at Casa da Música Porto.


This year I am supported by an Open Space residency: I will be spending precious pockets of time up at Aldeburgh developing, learning and recording new repertoire. And eating chips. 


19 July 2016





'Le Madrigal Renouvelé': a programme of madrigals old and new 


Royaumont Abbey



Juliet gratefully acknowledges the generous support of


Arts Council England

PRS for Music Foundation

Hinrichsen Foundation 

Britten-Pears Foundation

RVW Trust


Aldeburgh Residencies


These organisations have supported the development of various solo projects, in particular Voice(s) (2015/16) and Palimpsests (2016/17) 







Juliet is co-founder and

principal soprano of EXAUDI

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