Juliet Edwards


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Juliet Edwards' career takes her around the world, performing with many distinguished soloists and ensembles including Paul Archibald, Emma Bell, William Bennett, David Campbell, Philippa Davies, Richard Edgar-Wilson, Gerard McChrystal, Crispian Steele-Perkins, Robert Tear, Stephen Varcoe, Trevor Wye and the Schidlof Quartet, and working with composers such as Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Oliver Knussen.

She is a staff accompanist at the Royal Academy of Music and at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and she works often with the London Symphony Orchestra as part of LSO Discovery. Recordings include Joie de Vivre, French trumpet and piano repertoire for the Brass Classics label, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ virtuosic Trumpet Sonata for the composer’s own MaxOpus label, both with Paul Archibald, and Alan Hovhaness’ concerto, Khaldis, with the International Celebrity Trumpet Ensemble. Juliet is a regular artist at Dartington International Summer School where, in 2013, she and regular duo partner John Flinders taught and performed piano duets.

In addition to teaching piano and chamber music at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, Juliet teaches piano at Christ's Hospital School, is an ABRSM examiner and adjudicates at competitions and festivals. Juliet has produced a number of recordings, working with artists including Members of the Royal Opera Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, The London Mozart Players, the International Celebrity Trumpet Ensemble and the Golden Section, and composers including Mark-Anthony Turnage, Cecilia McDowall and Jim Parker and Oliver Knussen. She lives in South London with her two young sons.

Faculties / departments: Junior Department


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