Julieth Lozano


Julieth is a Colombian soprano, awarded a Masters in Vocal Performance and Artist Diploma in Opera at RCM where she studied with Dinah Harris. An Irene Hanson and Independent Opera at Sadler’s Wells scholar, Julieth was a 2019/20 Young Artist at the National Opera Studio in the UK. 

A 2020 Kathleen Ferrier competition finalist, and 2018 recipient of the President's award given by The Prince of Wales, Julieth appeared in the BBC documentary Queen Victoria: My Musical Britain recorded in 2019 at Buckingham and Kensington palaces. In 2016 she participated in Georg Solti’s Academy and Verbier Festival’s Project Opera, where she was awarded the Prix Thierry Mermod. She has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, V&A Museum and many other venues around the globe. 

Roles have included the Vixen/The Cunning Little Vixen, Tytania/Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lauretta/Gianni Schicchi, Despina/Così fan tutte and Susanna/The Marriage of Figaro, the latter directed by Sir Thomas Allen. She is currently preparing Norina/Don Pasquale for Random Opera, Vixen for Longborough, and will be part of the cast of WNO’s production Al-Wasl later this year.

Longborough debut: Vixen Sharp-Ears/The Cunning Little Vixen (2021)