Pianist and Music Therapist currently based in Edinburgh, 

Juliette Philogène trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with critically-acclaimed pianist Jonathan Plowright. She is a chamber music enthusiast and a pianist on the prestigious Live Music Now! scheme. 

Her solo repertoire favourites include Prokofiev’s Third Concerto, Rachmaninov’s Rhapsodie on a theme by Paganini and Brahms’ Handel Variations - yet she also relishes the delicate miniatures and lesser known Russian exquisite works such Lyapunov's Transcendental Studies or Bortkiewiz's Etudes. 

You can hear Juliette soon, at...

 Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh,
14th September 2017, 1pm ...

... Stronach Day Services, Isle of Arran,
9th October 2017, 1.30pm ...

... MacRoberts Art Centre, University of Stirling, 
28th November 2017, 2pm ...


Juliette just performed at...

... Dumfries & Galloway tours ...
(May 2017)

... Conservatoire Francois Mitterand,
Mauritius Island
(April 2017)

... Usher Hall, Edinburgh
(March 2017)

... The Hub, Edinburgh ...
(November 2016)

... Leeds International Series, Leeds Festival ...
(April 2016)

Philogène has played in ...


    London . . .  Wigmore Hall

    Leeds . . . Leeds International Concert Series

    Scotland . . .  Saint Giles Cathedral, National Gallery, Scottish National Museum,  Usher Hall Concert , Scottish Arts Club, Canongate Kirk, Fringe Festival ; Lammermuir Festival ; Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Kelvingrove museum ; Highlands and Aberdeeshire on tour in schools and homes for the disabled

    Yorkshire . . . Northumberland schools and centres for adults with complex needs ; Leeds College of Music - International concert series 

    Wales . . . Cardiff Wales Millenium Centre, Cardiff Bay Hall, Cardiff University ; Newport Care homes

    Paris . . . Ecole Normale de Musique

    Malta . . . Valetta Concert Hall

     India . . . Mumbai  TATA Concert Hall

    Mauritius . . . Port-Louis Alliance Française Hall ; Quatre-Bornes Conservatoire Frédéric Chopin, Conservatoire François Mittérand