Adele & Julia Adele & Julia Resume

      As a team Adele and Julia have been captivating audiences around Europe for just over two years. Their combined enthusiasm and love of music has helped them to win over the hearts of all who come to hear them!
Working closely with organisations such as The National Trust they have been allowed to perform in a wide variety of exceptional venues to both intimate and large audiences. Their most recent venue with the charity was the beautiful and haunting Mussenden Temple, perched on its cliff top in Northern Ireland.
Also found regularly in theatre venues across the UK and Ireland bringing a charming mix of Classical music, contemporary songs and music theatre. This year they were given the opportunity to mentor and produce a fully staged musical in a popular theatre venue, which not only featured both Julia and Adele but also a host of young aspiring musicians, singers and stage crew, all keen to learn what they could from the duo.
With their wide variety of songs and styles they have also travelled to Europe entertaining audiences in theatres and exclusive music venues in Julia's homeland, Poland as well as Spain and France. They are also often heard creating a beautiful atmosphere in one of the oldest restaurants and venues in Dublin city.

Hailing from the city of Lodz in Poland, Julia Miller commenced her love affair with the piano at the age of six, and continued through primary and high school before going on to study at the Academy of Music in her home town, where she gained her Masters' Degree in Piano Performance and Chamber Music. During her time at the Academy Julia was a finalist in several piano competitions, and also towards the end of her studies complemented her education with professional performances both as a solo pianist, and as part of a classical trio. After graduation from the Academy Julia has gone on to perform worldwide initially again as part of a trio, and later as a solo pianist serving the luxury cruise line industry. Julia Miller is 28, and has recently relocated to Dublin, Ireland, where she now combines performance engagements with her love of teaching, at the renowned Castleknock School of Music. Also and experienced repetiteur she has worked alongside Opera companies in Ireland and across Europe as well as acting as accompanist at Dublin Feis Ceoil.

Adele Davies began studying voice as a child growing up in Ireland and quickly developed a passion for Music Theatre and Opera. She has performed in many operas operettas and musicals around the UK and Ireland including appearances with The Welsh National Opera, Opera Northern Ireland and Opera Brava. Adele has studied under sopranos such as Angela Feeney and Judith Sheridan and this year she also attended master classes with Jenny Millar of the National Opera Studio. Whilst working with the Welsh National Opera she had the opportunity of working under the musical direction of Tim Rhys Evans (BBC's Last Choir Standing) and Miriam Bowen a leading Soprano with the company. Her best known title roles include YumYum (The Mikado) Adele (Die Fledermaus) Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady) and Maria (Westside Story). Also a European Irish Dance champion Adele has treaded the boards in a dancing capacity with popular contemporary dance troop The Dominic Graham Dancers. Adele regularly gives recitals around the UK and Ireland and has a vast repertoire with which to engage any audience. Adele completed her studies in Queen's University, Belfast and also Trinity College, London in 2009.


Updated:  September 7, 2011

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