Robinson Judith

Judith Robinson studied music at City University, specialising in performance and the psychology of musical creativity, and gaining a BSc and an MA.  She has extensive experience of working in music education settings over the last 25 years, during which she has taught in primary and special needs schools, and devised and delivered education programmes for leading UK arts organisations including the Philharmonia Orchestra, Southbank Centre and Drake Music.  In her current role at Sound and Music, Judith is Creative Project Leader, leading on all its educational work including Listen Imagine Compose, Minute of Listening and the annual Summer School for young composers. 

Publications include:

Music. Microtechnology and Handicapped People, Drake & Robinson, BJME 1990

Listen Imagine Compose, National Association of Music Educators magazine, Spring 2013

Marking Music, Classical Music, February 2016

Major projects include:

Listen Imagine Compose: examining how composing is taught and learned in secondary schools (ongoing from 2010)

Minute of Listening: development of a primary school digital resource (ongoing from 2008) content and evaluation information at

Ligeti Festival/Philharmonia Orchestra education programme (1997/98)