Lettice began playing the violin at the age of four, attended the Royal College of Music Junior Department for five years and gained grade 8 distinction at violin with 140 marks.
Lettice won a government music scholarship to Purcell Music School, had lessons at Yehudi Menuhin School and extensive jazz tuition from the Royal College of Music and Charterhouse. She was a music scholar throughout her school career.
Lettice has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, St. John's Smith Square, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square for Remembrance Day and Arundel Castle for Sir David Frost.Lettice led the Tallis Fantasia in Chichester Cathedral and was invited to accompany on the violin; Princess Caroline of Monaco at the British Embassy in Paris.
‘I have an enormous enthusiasm for improvisation and song writing. My eagerness to play has meant that I have been able to jam with a great array of musicians and bands in so many styles such as soul, rock, jazz and folk’ ‘I have a great love for the electric violin with it's versatility, energy, volume and excitement'.
'It takes you to new heights that you never thought you could reach and a wider audience’. ‘Singing and composing are immensely important to me’.
‘I tend to live in two places. Leeds and London. Both cities are wonderfully vibrant and buzzing with eclectic and growing music scenes and potential gig venues around every corner.’