Juliet Russell is a singer, composer, vocal coach and choir director. She is passionate about supporting individuals and communities to develop their voices and creativity.
A vocal coach on ITV’s The Voice, The Voice Kids and BBC’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Juliet has also worked with Grammy, Brit, MTV Europe and MOBO award winning artists. She has collaborated and performed with innovative artists including Damon Albarn, Imogen Heap, Paloma Faith, alt-J, Yoko Ono, Seal and Ringo Starr.
In 2015, supported by the Arts Council of England, she toured her Earth Meets Sky album, with local musicians and community choirs to create ten unique performances throughout the UK. She is regularly commissioned to create new choral pieces and vocal arrangements and has performed nationally and internationally.
Committed to artist development, Juliet mentors and coaches emerging artists, working with management, record and publishing companies as well as independent artists. She has a vocal studio in the heart of London’s vibrant Brick Lane.
Juliet was a founding artistic director of Sense of Sound and creative director of Sing Up Greenwich and Sing Late at the V&A. She leads the Portobello Live Choir, a community choir in West London, Assemble professional choir and is a trainer for the British Lung Foundation’s Singing for Lung Health programme.