This sentiment remains:
I am on a long journey, a vision quest which may never be completed in this lifetime. None the less, I must write like I must breathe, being one of many. I have traveled with winds on wings of time, coming, mostly leaving, seldom lighting upon solid ground. I have passed through many lives - yours and mine. I have always held each soul's memory near and dear, remaining close at heart and in mind.
This soul is a synthesis of life and death and life - the whole. Soundscapes and notes always returning to music, the one comfort and catharsis which keeps me walking upon this earth.
Leslie D. Judd, composer and singer-songwriter long committed to creating performance opportunities for women performers and composers, Leslie worked with Kay Gardner to co-found the New England Women’s Symphony in Boston in the early 70’s, and shaped the Classical Women’s Music Series at NWMF in Bloomington, from 1980-1990.. She was project manager for Kay’s Ouroboros: Seasons of Life—Women’s Passages, at NWMF in 1994. Currently Leslie is Co-Producer and Treasurer for the NWMF, and Special Projects & Orchestra Producer. A composer, arranger, music engraver, and more, Leslie lives her commitment to women and music. With this concert, she is returning to the stage to sing and play some old favorites and some of her recent compositions.
- Composition: Orchestral and Experiential
- Songwriting and Arranging
- Music Engraving
- Sound Design
- Audio Engineering
- Stage Management
- Music Publishing
- Performer more in earlier yeas than now - working my way back
- Eye of the Storm for Piano Audio
- Offertory for Harp, English Horn & Oboe
- Walking Lake Phalen
- Two Eagles Dancing for 2 Oboes or 2 Flutes
- Two Violins Offering Peace
- View the Catalog of Work Here