Since she came to London in 2012, French cellist Juliette Giovacchini has directed her studies towards a chamber music, orchestral career and lately historical performance. Juliette learned under the guidance of the Enesco quartet from an early age.
In London she won a string quartet prize and performed in string quartet festivals in England and Italy, and performed in prestigious venues such as Cadogan Hall, Wigmore Hall and Royal Festival Hall. She joined the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester in 2016 and performed under the baton of well known conductors such as Vladmir Jurowski, Daniel Harding, Herbert Blomstedt and Sir Roger Norrington. As an orchestra player Juliette had the chance to perform all over Europe in the greatest music venues : KonzertHaus Berlin, Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Musikverein Vienna, Théâtre des Champs Elysées Paris, and in the Proms at the Royal Albert Hall London.
Her last performances include Bach Brandenburg Concerto with the Royal College of Music Baroque Orchestra. In 2020, as a member of a historical string quartet she performed in The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace. Juliette has recently obtained her Masters of Performance with distinction in both, modern and historical cello at the Royal College of Music.