Arts & Heritage
Charlie has a BA (hons) in Performing Arts - Music, from Middlesex University. She is a creative producer, musician, composer & music-educator who performs regularly & offers individual & group music making sessions for people of all ages, skills & backgrounds; creating groups from junk batterias to vegetable orchestras and everything in between.
Charlie was creative producer at Faceless Arts for over 11 years, during which time she delivered a range of music, arts & heritage projects, including developing & composing for HACA’s 1st vegetable orchestra; delivering Youth Music Funded projects Engage & Global Echoes; creating a soundscape installation for The Great War Inspires, an arts & heritage project exploring imagery from WW1, which culminated in a 6 month exhibition at Pontefract Museum; & the Accidental Animals, an interactive musical storytelling adventure for under 5s.
Charlie is a member of the Oral History Society and the Royal Society for Public Health. Most recently she delivered HLF and ACE funded, Trench Symphony for Edgelands and Charlie Wells Music. A project developing a suite of songs for voice, string quartet and community choirs, using text and verbatim testimony from WW1. She has a keen interest in using verbatim testimony to tell stories with modern relevance & is always interested in ways of collaboration & expanding her musical vocabulary; exploring human stories by setting both her own & the writing of others to sound & music.
Charlie's soundcloud can be found here...
Charlie is also a founder member and Co-Artistic Director of community arts organisation Edgelands Arts.
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