Juliet moved to Boston in 2012 to become an English teacher in the Boston Public Schools, but fell in love with jazz music at the same time on the side, out of affection for her parents, who are huge fans of Charles Mingus, Jane Monheit, Diana Krall, and all the greats who sang the old standards. Perhaps most crucially, during the snowpocalypse of 2015, she finally sat down and began to learn jazz theory and work her way through some of the standards, under the patient guidance of her friend Matt.
These days, Juliet listens to a lot of Sarah Vaughan, Norah Jones, and Johnnyswim. She still loves singing old hymns in three part harmony and singing along to Broadway hits in her car. She often sits down to play through some Chopin preludes on her keyboard, and you can usually find her listening to Renee Fleming or Andre Bocelli while she cooks.