Biography

 

Liz Webb has over twenty-five years experience of promoting and producing professional artists, ensembles, concerts, events and recordings from string quartets in intimate venues to major outdoor events for 30,000 people. She has wide ranging contacts across the music industry and is equally familiar with the needs of performers and promoters.

LWM Projects

  • Artist and composer management, event production and touring - ongoing
  • Producer for Sound Tracks musical walks pilot project July 2016
  • Producer for Orchestra of Sound and Light full orchestra concert at Brighton Festival May 2016 plus touring education projects 
  • Producer Britten's 'Noye's Fludde' in Lewes October 2013 featuring over 150 performers
  • Regular high profile appearances by LWM artists and composers including Brighton, Cheltenham, City of London, Lichfield and Presteigne Festivals and Wigmore Hall, BBC Radio 3
  • Awards and recognition for LWM composers including Lutoslawski Prize (Thomas Simaku 2014), British Composer Award (Ed Hughes 2014), RPS Award nomination (John Casken 2015), RPS Encore (Robert Saxton 2013 and 2015)
  • Producer 'When the Flame Dies', video opera by Ed Hughes performed by New Music Players, Canterbury Festival 2012, for DVD release on Metier Autumn 2013
  • Producer and Promotions Manager for New London Chamber Choir collaborations 2004-2015 including Michael Clarke Company, Mark Morris Dance Group, Tate Modern, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, CBSO, BBC SO, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Proms, RLPO, Casa da Musica in Portugal, November Music in Holland
  • Project Manager for 3-festival opera tour of Piazzolla's Maria de Buenos Aires 2003-04
  • Tour Manager ‘Hildegard’ and 'Music from the Genome', New London Chamber Choir, 2004-5 and 2010
  • Founding General Manager, Soundwaves Festival 2007
  • Tour Manager, 'Battleship Potemkin' 2005 and 'Strike' 2007, New Music Players
  • Project Manager, DVD of 'Strike' and 'Battleship Potemkin' for Tartan Video 2007 and DVD of 'I was born but...' for the BFI 2010

Noye's Fludde in Lewes Oct 2013