From an idyllic, leafy Yorkshire upbringing and a lifetime dedicated to classical training comes Eurielle.
After graduating from a vocal scholarship with St. Peter’s School in York, Eurielle spent two years preparing to audition for the three major classical music conservatoires in London, and also became a member of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. Eurielle accepted a vocal scholarship for the Bachelor of Music Course at The Royal Academy of Music in 2007. Under the esteemed, late Noelle Barker OBE at the Academy, Eurielle explored her musical range and started to develop the sound which would later become her trademark – a classically infused but modern musical take on the stories of mythology, legend, fantasy and our own human nature.
Whilst still at college, in 2010, Eurielle was introduced to multi-platinum producer Ryan Louder (who has also worked with Dido, Katherine Jenkins, Pixie Lott and Anastasia). Ryan and Eurielle saw in each other the perfect musical match and they began to co-write and record together. This resulted in the production of Eurielle’s debut album, “Arcadia” which she self-released in December 2015, and the pair have collaborated on a number of singles which they have released since too.
Following this, in 2018 Eurielle was introduced to songwriter and leading film & TV soundtrack composer, Charlie Mole whose credits include writing songs for Kylie Minogue and Chaka Khan, and soundtracks for ‘Mr Selfridge’, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, ‘Othello’, ‘Dorian Gray’, and ‘The Sopranos’. Shortly afterwards in August of that year they began to co-write and record her second album together, culminating in nine new original songs and a cover version of ‘Song To The Siren’ (originally recorded by Tim Buckley), plus an alternative version of one of the original songs. The album was recorded in world renowned Lyndhurst Hall in AIR Studios (London) with 36 musicians from The Chamber Orchestra Of London and 16 singers from RSVP Voices under the baton of conductor Alastair King (Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Downton Abbey), and was mixed and mastered by engineer Paul Golding (Downton Abbey, The Lord of the Rings, Inspector Morse). It was released independently on Friday 13th December 2019.
To date, Eurielle has built up a substantial catalogue of releases which have attracted a large fan base online, with millions of views and streams of her recordings and videos on both YouTube and Spotify. Her work has already earned her the recognition and endorsement of BBC Introducing, and playlist placement on national classical music radio station, Scala Radio as well as one of Spotify’s own official curated playlists, and several of her songs have been sampled by internationally famous artists and DJs including American hip-hop trio, Migos, and Hardstyle legends – Headhunterz, Wildstylez and Sound Rush.
Her natural ability to connect with her voice, coupled with a pure simplicity of tone has subsequently resulted in strong demand for her vocals for high profile film, TV and video game soundtracks from pre-eminent composers including Emmy Award winning John Lunn, Harry Potter composer Nicholas Hooper, and two time Ivor Novello Award winning Benjamin Wallfisch, seeing Eurielle record for the likes of Downton Abbey, Disney, the BBC, the Rio Paralympics 2016, Kaleidoscope Pictures, 20th Century Fox, and Shazam! (New Line Cinema: Warner Brothers).
Following the successful release of her second album “Goodbye Butterfly”, 2020 is proving to be another busy and exciting year for Eurielle with several more major soundtrack projects in the pipeline and notable collaborations planned!