London, England, GBR
BandClassicalA Capella

juice are an experimental vocal trio who give vibrant performances with a theatrical edge. They draw on contemporary, world music, jazz, folk and pop, and have commissioned countless new works. They present both purely a cappella music or multi-media nights featuring visuals and electronics.


juice are at the forefront of the UK's experimental/classical scene; they have performed in Park Lane Group’s Young Artists series at the South Bank in 2008 and the Wigmore Hall in 2009, both to excellent press reviews. They have featured in numerous cutting edge contemporary series including experimental classical club night and record label NONCLASSICAL, with whom they have recently finished recording their forthcoming album. In June 2007, they won second prize at the internationally-renowned Tampere Vocal Festival in Finland - the only UK group ever to be prizewinners. juice feature on Roger Marsh's 'Pierrot Lunaire' (NMC 2007) and created a 'vocal remix' for Mikhail's album 'Morphica' (Sub Rosa, 2009), since used by the Nederlands Dans Theatre. They have appeared at numerous national and international festivals. Alongside their contemporary repertoire, they perform works by avant-garde pioneers such as Morton Feldman and Meredith Monk.

Over the past few years more of juice's work combines live singing with electronics and/or visuals. They have performed a live part-improvised co-written score to a silent film, The Danger Girl, at the BFi Southbank, and performed a vocal/electronica score at the London College of Fashion Graduate Show at the Royal Academy of Art with UK Beatboxing Champion Beardyman. Kerry Andrew's visual-music-theatre work, 'sedna stories', was written for juice alongside featured visuals, electronics and a live 5-piece band.


Roger Marsh: Pierrot Lunaire NMC records

Mikhail Karikis: Morphica Sub Rosa