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Juliette is also Principal Flute with London Mozart Players, and plays with Ensemble 360. She regularly appears as Guest Principal Flute with many other leading orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, English National Opera, Britten Sinfonia, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Subsequent to a string of prestigious accolades, including winning the Gold Medal in the Shell/LSO Competition, Harrods Bank Prize and Gold Medal in the Royal Over-Seas League Competition and reaching the Grand Final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition, Juliette enjoys a busy solo career. She has performed as concerto soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Academy of St Martin’s in the Fields, European Union Chamber Orchestra and London Mozart Players. She is also regularly invited to give solo recitals at major venues and festivals throughout the UK, including numerous Wigmore Hall and South Bank appearances. A keen chamber musician, Juliette has collaborated with many fine musicians, notably with the Coull, Elias, Badke and Carducci String Quartets, Ensemble 360, violinist Thomas Zehetmair, soprano Kate Royal and harpist Catrin Finch. Success on an international scale is reflected in tours to Europe, Thailand, Vietnam, The United Arab Emirates, Namibia, Australia and New Zealand.
Juliette studied with Anna Pope at the Purcell School of Music and with Philippa Davies, Paul Edmund Davies and Samuel Coles at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She went on to further her tuition at the Conservatoire Nationale Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, with Sophie Cherrier and Vincent Lucas.
Juliette plays on a Brannen-Cooper flute that was awarded to her by the Foundation for Sports and the Arts.
“Great British Hope… Rising star in the arts firmament.” The Times
“…radiating composure and command in equal measure… it is tempting to dwell on individual performances, for example, the superb rapport between Juliette Bausor and the orchestra in the Nielsen…” The Times