Alex Judd studied violin, piano and composition at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, before going on to read music at Goldsmiths College, specialising in composition. He writes extensively for dance and drama projects, and is an associate artist with Theatre Re. He composed the music for the company’s new show, Blind Man’s Song, as well as their earlier productions, The Gambler and The Little Soldiers; for the latter, he received an ‘Off West End’ Best Sound Design award nomination.
An experienced session musician, Alex has worked with many artists and is currently supporting Elton John on his European tour as keyboardist for Bright Light Bright Light.
Mr. Alex Judd ~ After a profitable education under some of London’s most esteemed maestros at Guildhall & Goldsmiths, the enigmatic Judd has enthused and scandalised the capital with his musical extravagances. Cultured gentlemen will have thralled to his compositions for Theatre Re, including ‘Blind Man’s Song’, ‘The Gambler’ and ‘The Little Soldiers’ (a Napoleon reference, we must assume); other conquests include Sadler’s Wells and the European Cultural Congress. Those of a loucher disposition may have seen him embark on a Grand Tour with ‘Bright Light Bright Light’ in support of Lord Elton of John.