Wednesday 26 July 2023


EP - I'm making an EP.  

More info to follow

Monday 28 February 2022

The water sounds were fun to create...the original artwork was fun to play with.  Nessie's song improvisation is beautiful and compelling.  So we decided to put it all together.  I hope you enjoy this creative and spontaneous piece.

Also available on YouTube: Judith Jarvis gyroscopic


Friday 26 November 2021

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Sunday 17 March 2019

Tuesday 13 November 2018

Autumn/Winter 2018: Our Freestyle Dance Project

Here's some choreography generated from a series of freestyle,
fun dance workshops for 9 and 10 year olds. The homemade soundtrack
is inspired by the well known "Cup Song" piece.

Monday 2 July 2018

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

I'm working on an exciting new project.  It involves a human pyramid. "Standing on the Shoulders of Giants" will require 6 young dancers & we'll show it during Art on the Hill 2018.  Below is a copy of my flyer.  You might need to click and enlarge it 

Sunday 15 April 2018

Creative dance and music in black and white

Following our Emotional Wellbeing Children and Families project last year at Victoria Park Baptist Church, we're happy to be continuing our work with a series of creative dance and music workshops, being pioneered here by enthusiastic Year 4 students.  

Did I mention bass guitar?  Well,'s there in the mix alongside djembe drum, shruti box and voice.

Friday 12 January 2018

Bass-ically...we're working on a new project

All might seem a bit quiet of late - but the lower frequencies of gyroscopic are resounding to the sound of my BASS playing.  All part of a new project, resting in the assurance of a booming bass-line and the guarantee of more community fun in 2018.

Friday 3 November 2017

'Musical Words A-G' Before and After

So, here's what we planned: A series of workshops for the first 
weekend in October - traditionally this is Art on the Hill Weekend
our community arts trail for Windmill Hill and surrounding 
neighbourhoods in South Bristol: 

Flyer for our Arts Weekend Multi-Arts Workshops. Pictured: Colin Smith, pianist

We had a lot of fun, particularly on the Saturday when
Colin Smith provided the musical entertainment, all inspired
by our words from the musical scale A-G.  The participants, 
mostly children, were great sports and the dance moves from the
fantastic stories they created were particularly entertaining. 

Moreover here's what we got:  A Musical Words A-G 
community collage! Now in the Charles Padfield Centre, 
next to Victoria Park Baptist Church BS3 5DA: