Hope and healing through the arts
An emphasis on joy, companionship, connection and inspiration runs throughout Judith’s work. Whether performing or teaching, composing or leading music in services – as well as more recently writing for the theatre – she always brings her own deep experience of the power and potential in song and her passion to share these with others.
Her conviction that no-one should be denied these gifts means that her work is open, welcoming and accepting. Whether in the form of Companion Voices groups, theatre performances, concerts or workshops, her work is always aiming to foster understanding, to bring comfort, to create a sense of community.
Judith’s current projects and events
- Spring Singing Day – 30th April, 10.30am to 4pm, in person (Finchley, London N12) and on Zoom
- Mum Thumb – A play that aims to deepen our understanding of dementia and the end of life
- WWLDN? (What would love do now?) – the piece addresses the end of life with both compassion and a refusal to prevaricate
- Companion Voices – groups of people who meet and sing to bring comfort at the bedsides of people who are dying
Judith is a member of the Natural Voice Network, a professional body that brings together singing leaders who share an ethos of inclusivity and belief in the right of everyone to enjoy and share the joy of singing.
She is also a member of the Musicians’ Union and Performing Rights Society