Juliette Khalil

Juliette Khalil

Volksoper star Juliette Khalil, celebrated for her outstanding performances as both a singer and actress, graces stages both domestically and internationally in numerous concerts and music theater productions.

A native of Vienna, Khalil began her stage career at a young age at the Vienna State Opera, where she gained formative stage experiences. She studied solo singing/opera and musical theater at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Since 2015, she has been a permanent ensemble member at the Vienna Volksoper. She is well-known to Viennese audiences for her roles such as Eliza Dolittle in "My Fair Lady", Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz", Papagena in "The Magic Flute", Adele, Ida, and Frosch in "Die Fledermaus", and Mogli in "The Jungle Book", among others. With her extraordinary vocal range spanning different genres and her acting talent, she has captivated audiences.

Juliette Khalil was part of the highly acclaimed Red Bull Symphonic concert with the Austrian pop duo Seiler und Speer at the Vienna Konzerthaus, conducted by Christian Kolonovits. In 2023, she held her first solo concert there. In the same year, she performed the Austrian national anthem at the F1 Grand Prix in Spielberg, reaching millions of viewers worldwide. She has performed in numerous countries, including Germany, Japan, and at the Philharmonie Luxembourg. She portrayed the title role in the premiere of the musical "Anne Frank". Most recently, she appeared as Maria Rainer in "The Sound Of Music" and as Maria in "West Side Story" at the Vienna Volksoper.