Folk Rock & World Music

Through her career Juliette’s gigged, recorded and toured with a broad spectrum of folk ensembles: ranging from 70’s style folk-rock and Irish Punk bands, to traditional folk duos.

Juliette toured the globe as lead fiddle-player for Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, from 2003 till 2011: including US, Canadia, Europe, South Africa, Latin America and Asia.

Juliette’s life-long delight in Celtic music began during her teenage years, playing fiddle, electric mandolin and tin-whistle.

After accepting her first solo fiddle contract aged 19, touring the US, Canada and Australia with Gael Force Dance: Juliette has since been based in Britain and the US, where her work in Celtic rock bands has included extensive touring through the UK and Europe.

She’s supported The Fureys & Davey Arthur in concert at the Ford Amphitheatre in Los Angeles; performed with Brendan Power (Riverdance). Juliette has been featured playing Celtic music in several nationally-televised performances; and has given performances and interviews for US and NZ radio.

World Music

Juliette loves performing, recording and jamming in World Music, Reggae and Klezmer music scenes. She has pursued her passion for musical languages:

-as the leader of a UK based funk/Reggae band

-as soloist with world-music group, Drum Too for the XVIIth Commonwealth Games Baton Relay and Queen’s Jubilee Official Celebrations

-performing with Klezmer musicians for jams, folk-trains, festive & ceremonial occasions

-performing on violin, rebec, Balinese gongs, gamelan orchestra & vocals for Beauty and the Beast (Young Vic, London) at the International Festival of the Arts, NZ.