Judith works across a range of styles, in all sorts of different contexts.
One - the one that started her off on this musical journey, in many ways - is what you might call her 'singer/songwriter' or acoustic bit. Her first album, 'The Day Will Dawn Again' gives you some of that - as do elements of 'moonchild', released in 2005 and 'There Will Be Time', from 2012.
Then there's her work with harmony singing, including the songs from around the world that she teaches at her workshops and sings whenever possible with whoever's willing... and the harmony songs she composes. The trio Anam.Cara, in which Judith sang for ten years with Angela Reith and Maggie Newlands, has this work at its core, as did the 4-piece a capella group she sang with from 2006 to 2010, Far Flung Voices with co-members of the Natural Voice Practitioners' Network (NVPN), Sue Parlby, Jenny Goodman and Sarah Harman.
In October 2008, Judith became the Director of the World Music Choir at SOAS (School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London). Hear them on her MUSIC page...
And she also writes, teaches and performs Jewish music - in Hebrew, Yiddish and English.
Her performances usually include elements of all of the musical types above, plus a helping of jazz, folk, music hall... or whatever seems appropriate.
In December 2010, Judith visited New York to participate in the Shalshelet Festival. Two of her compositions were selected for inclusion, for live performance and as part of a songbook and CD that were released in 2011.