Juliette de Massy, who began her studies with Maurice Bourbon, graduated from the Conservatoire de Lille and the Guildhall School of Music in London, where she studied with Susan McCulloch and Eugene Asti, among others. Funding from the Fondation AnBer enabled her to take master classes with Udo Reinemann, Guy Flechter, Malcom King, Tom Krause and Sandrine Piau, and to work on baroque repertoire with Howard Crook, Noemi Rime, Bruno Boterf and Emma Kirkby.
Juliette appears regularly with the organist André Isoir, and with Pierre Farago. She solos with a variety of ensembles including “Métamorphoses”, conducted by Maurice Bourbon (with whom she is recording the complete masses of Josquin Desprez), Sagittarius, conducted by Michel Laplénie, and the contemporary music ensemble “Links”.
She has sung with the conductors Bruno Boterf, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Jean-Yves Ossonce, V. Fayet and Mathieu Romano. Juliette’s musical curiosity has led to a multiplicity of experiences, including numerous recitals and collaboration with pianists (particularly Samuel Boré and Nejc Lavrencic), chamber music groups, dancers and artists. She sings opera roles from periods ranging from the baroque to the contemporary.
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