Juliette Lemoine


Juliette Lemoine is a freelance cellist based in Glasgow. She is a recent graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s BMus Traditional music (hons). Classically trained, she has experience working in a wide variety of genres in numerous settings; from orchestral and chamber music; traditional music ensembles; working with renowned musicians such as Josie Duncan, Fergus McCreadie, Robin Adams and Matt Carmichael; and indie bands such as JR Green among numerous other projects. She performs regularly with singer-songwriter Nicky Murray. Her playing has taken her from festivals such as Celtic Connections, HebCelt, Aberdeen Jazz Festival to the BBC proms playing alongside members of the BBC SSO and she has had the opportunity to work with renowned conductors such as Donald Runnicles. Juliette was recently accepted as a fellowship member of the Nevis Ensemble 2022-2023. 


Juliette is interested in the role of the cello out-with classical music, particularly in relation to traditional music, rhythmic playing and improvising. She is passionate about music education and teaches at 'The Folks' Music Project CIC' in Glasgow, as well as privately in Glasgow City Centre. Juliette was awarded a runner up prize by the Beatrice Huntington Foundation 2022 to contribute to funding her debut album of original compositions which will be released in Winter 2022.