Judith Walsh

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Judith collaborates with creative artists to produce concerts, tours, and projects that are good for the soul. Her key interests lie in growing small artist-led groups, focusing on planning and developing work that delivers high-quality public events, commissioning of new work, supporting emerging artists, and projects that benefit marginalised groups within our communities. She works closely with Artistic Directors to strategically plan and pitch adventurous programmes, developing partnerships with colleagues across the UK and raising profiles by networking at industry events. A keen socialiser, Judith loves to meet with others to discuss the issues of the day; at the moment, she’s focused on creating dialogue about Health & Wellbeing in the arts sector. She is Chair of Remembered/Imagined, a Trustee of New Music Scotland, and supports pro bono The Cheyne Gang, a singing-for-breathing choir run by practice nurses.

Current and recent clients/employers:

Mr McFall’s Chamber, Live Music Now, Ludus Baroque, Lorimer Productions, Remembered/Imagined, Sue McKenzie, Christian Elliott, Susan Tomes, Daniels Beard, The Cottier Chamber Project, High Heart Dance Company, Scottish Ensemble, Love Music Productions, Prompt Events, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Hands up for Trad, East Neuk Festival, Chamber Music Forum, Delphian Records, Manchester Camerata.