Juliette Pochin studied at Cambridge and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. After an initial career in opera she formed the music production company Morgan Pochin, with James Morgan.
Her singing career has led her to perform with many of the UKís leading orchestras and has performed with musicians as wide ranging as Sir Simon Rattle and Meatloaf. She has featured on several CDs as a soloist including The Sky Shall be our Roof with Iain Burnside which became Gramophone magazineís Editorís Choice. She also released a solo album, Venezia for Sony Classical.
Morgan Pochinís credits include top ten albums for Collabro, Alfie Boe, Katherine Jenkins, Joe McElderry. Feature Films include Quartet, First Night and Killing Jesus. Compositions include: The Great Enormo, a Kerfuffle in B flat which sold out at the Festival Hall, and Invictus, a Cantata for Liberty, premiered at the Brighton Dome.
Current projects include albums for the centenaries of Dame Vera Lynn and Ella Fitzgerald.