Jan Pulsford is a life long composer, lyricist and producer of music, with a history in pop, jazz and electronica. She especially loves creating music for moving images, interesting arts projects and events.
Living in East Anglia for the last 12 years she is inspired by the river and the local creative community. In 2018 she lit up Woodbridge's iconic Tidemill with live music and projections as part of the Beowulf Festival and continues enriching the local arts scene with new ideas, events and performances. This year she is producing the first Ambient Music Festival.
Jan is also a Composer of award winning Music for Moving Images. Her early library music catalogue is available from Universal Music Group and newer works can be synced directly from her studio.
She has engineered, programmed and produced music for over 100 albums including 'Sisters of Avalon' with Cyndi Lauper, 'Thompson Twins Live', Darlene Love 'Night of Peace', Eurovision 1983 and 'Spirits Alike' with Chico Freeman.
Jan is a a pioneer of performing in the virtual music metaverse where her ambient music world streams 24/7 on http://radiomothership.com
Contact Jan using the 'Get in Touch' box below or on Facebook - she'd love to hear from you!
This is the first live ambient music festival in Woodbridge which will be simucast in virtual worlds and beyond! More details, including an exciting lineup of ambient artists, a riverwide installation, climate change market, electronic music open mics, childrens events - yoga, storytelling, meditation etc. will be announced at the end of May. Please contact to be involved!
Meanwhile listen on http://radiomothership.com - calming music streaming around the world helping people relax and unwind.
We certainly lifted the post covid spirits of this beautiful area - and beyond with LIVE music, poetry and song, celebrating the Spirit of Place in 2021!
Now onto the Ambient Music Festival September 2022 . . .
A 3-day Community Arts Festival in Woodbridge, Suffolk
Ambient music provides the backdrop to all events.Live performances, installations, workshops, talks, art, film, kids’ events, meditation, yoga, fashion, mental well-being, river walks, musical metaverse, climate change - all bringing the area together to enjoy an uplifting and inspiring weekend.
Events finish at 10PM so you can get the last train back to London or East Anglia.
Sign up to get involved and to be on the mailing list for more information! Line up to be announced and tickets on sale June 1st 2022.