JULIET FRASER | SOPRANO

© Dimitri Djuric
A glance ahead: in January I head to Huddersfield University to perform Feldman's Three Voices and then to Porto to perform Rebecca Saunders's Skin with Remix Ensemble. In February I will be unveiling the first installment of Tracery, a new solo project developed with Cassandra Miller. Later in the season Mark Knoop and I will be giving our new song cycles by Michael Finnissy and Bernhard Lang their London premieres, and I head to the USA for a short tour of solo performances, workshops and seminars in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Buffalo.
 
EXAUDI will celebrate its 15th anniversary at the Wigmore Hall on 1 April. I can't believe it's been fifteen years...
And in early music I'll be performing Bach's St John Passion with Gli Angeli Genève and a lecture recital on the life and works of Francesca Caccini with lutenist Jamie Akers and musicologist Anna Beer.
 
In other news, I'm recording various pieces this year, notably Babbitt's Philomel, Lang's The Cold Trip, part 2, and more of the wonderful music of Frank Denyer. Watch this space for more details.

9 January 2017

 

 

 
 
 
My recording of Morton Feldman's Three Voices has just been released on the HatHut label. Mainstream distribution in the UK is anticipated to be March 2017, but don't despair: 
 

NEXT

PERFORMANCE

 

21 JANUARY

Rebecca Saunders Skin 

with Remix Ensemble

Casa da Música, Porto

 

Juliet gratefully acknowledges the generous support of

 

Arts Council England

PRS for Music Foundation

Hinrichsen Foundation 

Britten-Pears Foundation

RVW Trust

and

Aldeburgh Residencies

 

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

 

 

 

EXAUDI

VOCAL ENSEMBLE

 

Juliet is co-founder and

principal soprano of EXAUDI

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