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Screenings & Performances

Here is the latest information about upcoming concerts and screenings in venues and cinemas near you:

Lunchtime Concert, Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

A piano recital series of students from the University of Oxford.

28th February

Christ Church Cathedral


Red Lipstick Series, Dennis Arnold Hall, University of Oxford

Red Lipstick is a concert series dedicated towards experimental and new music. Come along and see what breaking edge music is being created in the current musical climate.

Performing: piano piece “Orange Blossom, Constancy at the Edges” AND

An electro-acoustic piece “A.I. Sentience”.

2nd March


DAH, Music Faculty

BBC Singers, Maida Vale Studios, London

A recording session and premiere of new compositional works.


4th March 2024

(Tickets by private invitation only)

EMPRes Concert, Music Faculty of Oxford University

EMPRes presents:


A unique immersive concert of Electronic and Spatial Music, featuring Oxford composers and performers, plus an Octophonic acousmatic performance of Natasha Barrett’s Dusk’s Gait.


Performances by Zack Di Lello, Nicholas Miller, Holly Gowland, Sebastian Zemet, Momo Ueda and Juliet Merchant.

7th March


DAH, Music Faculty

Retune Festival, Holywell Music Room, Oxford

A two day concert series celebrating International Women's Day and new music. 

8th March 2024


Art of Noises, Modern Art Oxford Museum

Free public event where EMPRES and Modern Art Oxford hosted a series of innovative performances and installations that explored the boundaries between music, sound and technology.

25th April


Previous Events

Piano Solo: David Palmer, DAH, Oxford University

New piano works by young composers played by the pianist and composer David Palmer.

23rd February 2024


Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, St John the Evangelist Church, Oxford

The premiere of my new orchestral work "Indicating the Sixth" will be shown and recorded in the performance.

19th February


Reno, Nevada U.S.

The Canyon Flats Video Wall is a video art exhibition space, displaying work from national and international artists in downtown Reno. The wall, comprised of nine LED screens that display video as one large image, is located inside a window front visible to the public from Virginia Street, the main thoroughfare through downtown Reno. There are two directional speakers mounted on the outside of the building broadcasting sound to passers-by. Claudia Krogmeier's work will be accompanied by Juliet's music.


Showing the whole of January 2024.

Kent WA, U.S.

Kent’s Parks Department recently opened a newly renovated, space-themed park at 307 West Gowe St. (Kherson Park). The park design includes a Lunar Rover replica, a life-sized astronaut, Lunar Lander and Mission Control play elements, and a large wall with projection capabilities. The Arts Commission will provide artistic content for the projection component by showcasing artwork from digital/video media artists. One large screen (approximately 30’ x 20’) located on the side of a building facing south toward Gowe St. is visible to the public from Kent-Kherson Park, as well as the sidewalks and streets at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Gowe Street.

Ongoing exhibition

Works will be displayed in rotation during presentation hours, generally dusk to 11 p.m. daily.


1929. USSR. Directed by Hamo Bek-Nazaryan. Screenplay by Bek-Nazaryan, P. Folyan. With Hrachia Nersisyan, Tigran, Ayvazyan, Tatyana Makhmuryan. North American premiere. Silent, with recorded score by Juliet Merchant, commissioned by Kino Klassika Foundation. 64 min.

“Today it’s impossible to imagine that there was a time when film studios of Yerevan [Armenia] and Baku [Azerbaijan] could cooperate.… In 1928, after 10 years of the Armenian massacres in Baku, A Home on a Volcano, a co-production of Yerevan “Armenkino” and Baku “Azgoskino” studios, was realized. The protagonist of the film is drill master Petros, who tells the story of the oil workers’ strike in pre-Soviet Baku to his adopted son, depicting the relationship between a big oil corporation and working-class people, representatives of various nationalities. The cast also comprised different nationalities; particularly, the future star of Armenian cinema, Tatyana Makhmuryan, [who] made her debut in this film. This was Beknazaryan’s last silent film in Armenia and first collaboration with Baku” (Artsvi Bakhchinyan).

4K digital restoration by One Man Studio, Yerevan, commissioned by the National Cinema Center of Armenia (NCCA) with the support of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of the Republic of Armenia; courtesy NCCA.

Sun, Jan 28, 1:30 p.m.

Wed, Jan 30, 1pm

MoMA, Floor T2/T1, Theater 2

The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2

Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, U.K.

Juliet Merchant and Christopher Churcher will be performing 8 of Phillip Glass' Etudes at Christ Church Cathedral.

24th January 2023


Oxford, U.K.

Juliet will be performing a new set of works with the world renowned Castilian Quartet at the University Church at Oxford University.

1st December 2023


Oxford, U.K.

Eight exciting new works created by this year's Masters Performers and Composers at Oxford's Faculty of Music. There will also be performances of Debussy, Takemitsu, Frances-Hoad and Copland. Curated by Dr Maria Razumovskaya and Prof Martyn Harry. All are welcome! The "Stars and Waves" concert.


29th November 2023


Oxford, U.K.

A first run-through of the masters' composers works will be performed at the TS Eliot Theatre in a lunchtime concert.


17th November 2023


Oxford, U.K.

A selection of new composers works will be shown at the Jacqueline du Pre building as a part of the series of Red Lipstick concerts at Oxford University.

24th November 2023


Yerevan, Armenia

To mark the centenary of Armenian film, House on the Volcano will be screened online at the Golden Apricot International Film Festival


9th-30th July 2023

Various times and dates available on the Golden Apricot Website

Glasgow, U.K.

A screening of House on the Volcano/ Дом на Волкане directed by Hamo Bek-Nazarian will be shown at the Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow for the Samizdat Eastern European Film Festival.


September 13th 2023


Yerevan, Armenia

A screening of House on the Volcano/ Дом на Волкане directed by Hamo Bek-Nazarian will be shown at the NCCA with a remastered score played by members from the Komitas State Conservatory of Yerevan and recorded by the Public Radio of Armenia.


July 20th 2023

Paris, France

The premiere of House on the Volcano/ Дом на Волкане directed by Hamo Bek-Nazarian screening at La Cinemateque Française with the Juliet's electronic soundtrack.


10th March 2023


Vigevano, Italy

Juliet's winning composition of the Vigevano Soundscape Competition will be performed in Vigevano in collaboration with Ecologia.


9th June 2022

21st September 2022

All day event

London, U.K.

Juliet is performing a programme of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt and Phillip Glass in a piano performance at Devonshire Square in Liverpool Street.


7th September 2022 


London, U.K.

The premiere screening of Aelita: Queen of Mars/ Аэлита comes to Institut Français with a live performance of the score by Juliet.


25th November 2021


Bristol, U.K.

The premiere screening of Aelita: Queen of Mars/ Аэлита comes to the Arnolfini with a live performance of the score by Juliet.


18th February 2022 


London, U.K.

Force of Nature: Natalia by BAFTA winning director Gerry Fox comes to Curzon Cinemas with a Q&A with the director after the screening.

6th June 2019

9th June 2019


Indiana, U.S.

A light works art exhibition at The Harrison Art Centre is showcasing Juliet's works.


March until May 2020

All day event

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