The fourth generation of a musical family, Juliette was born in London and began her violin studies at the age of 5.  Her musicality was quickly recognised with a first prize at the North London Music Festival and she later joined the Royal Academy of Music,  Junior Department.  In addition to violin and piano, Juliette played the ‘cello for five years and was the youngest finalist in the Independent Schools’ Young Musician of the Year competition 2005, where she played the Elgar concerto.

In 2006, Juliette’s family re-located to Singapore, during which time she elected to focus her musical talents with the violin.  In 2008, Juliette won entry to the Yehudi Menuhin School to pursue her music centred education, studying with Professor Lutsia Ibragimova.

Juliette is a frequent participant at Music Festivals and Chamber master classes across Europe where she has played for many leading professors.  Her performances in the BBC Young Musician 2012 contest drew high praise from the Strings Final jury who described her playing as “Absolutely spellbinding”.  Juliette was the first placed violinist and won the Walter Todds Bursary Prize.  Since then, she has secured engagements across Britain in concerto and recital performances at venues including Canterbury Cathedral, Romsey Abbey and Wigmore Hall.  She took take part in the Sion Festival de Tibor Varga and was multiple prize-winner at Kloster Schöntal International violin competition 2015.

A graduate from HEMU, Lausanne (Site de Sion), Switzerland where she studied with Professor Pavel Vernikov, Juliette returned to London in September 2016 for her Master’s degree with Professor David Takeno at Guildhall School of Music & Drama where she has won a full Scholarship Award as well as a generous Post Graduate Study Award from The Countess of Munster Musical Trust.