Juliette Roos

Award: Parikian Award

Year: 2017

Genre: Classical

Instrument/voice type: Violin

Location: Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Website: www.Julietteroos.com

Juliette Roos, the fourth generation of a musical family is quickly establishing herself as an exciting new talent. Having won her first violin competition aged 6, Juliette Roos commences her studies at the junior academy of music with Igor Petrushevski.
Following this, she Was selected to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School under the tutelage of Lutsia Ibragimova. During these years, Juliette performed across the U.K., France, Italy, Taiwan, Singapore, Holland. In 2012 she was a BBC young musician of the year string finalist and was awarded the Walter Todds Bursary fund. She also performed several concerto performances such as the lark ascending in Canterbury cathedral and the Bruch concerto in Romsey Abbey.
After finishing school, she went on to start a bachelor degree at the Haute école de Musique de Lausanne with Pavel Vernikov. During her studies, she performed in several festivals, such as the Sion Festival and competed in the Kloster Schontal international violin competition where she was awarded 3rd prize and the best virtuoso piece prize.
Since September of 2016, Juliette commenced her masters degree with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Generously funded by the Albert and Eugenie frost trust, as well as large funding from the countess of Munster trust.
An avid chamber musician Juliette takes part in a regular series in Switzerland with a group named Valeik. Upcoming solo/chamber concerts include a pre lso Barbican performance, st.johns smith square, Farley music Festival, Odessa opera house and Barbican st. Luke's.