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About Us

Eklektika is a 12-voice vocal ensemble directed by Judy Stubbs, performing an eclectic range of music and genres - from cabaret, festivals and pop-ups to more formal performances, including reimagining of classical, traditional, liturgical and contemporary music. Eklektika has performed at international festivals, toured nationally, and with professional orchestra, Steel City Strings; and recorded original sound tracks to documentaries featured on SBS and the History Channel, as well as Chinese and Indian television, and for professional physical theatre company, Axis, at the 2022 Sydney Festival in The Construct about the Melbourne COVID 19 lockdown. Also in 2022, Eklektika toured and produced a live video recording of Songs for Peace, from which all proceeds were donated to UNHCR in support of those affected by the Ukraine conflict. This repertoire was adapted in November 2023 to form Music and Peace - a concert series dedicated to raising funds for Médecins Sans Frontières' relief efforts in Gaza. 

Current performing members of Eklektika include:


Amanda Lamberger, Clare Matthews, Linda Meyns, Nicole Murphy, Judy Stubbs


Brenda Badman, Lisa Lockett, Sally Peloquin, Natasha Russo


Jonathan Christley, Stuart Waters


Craig Perritt, Paul Sharrad, Ed Wiech

Judy Stubbs

Composer & Director

Dr Judy Stubbs began writing incidental music for theatre whilst studying opera at the NSW Conservatorium of Music under Myra Lamber OA, and composition & arrangement at the University of Sydney under Ross Edwards. Her music was featured in diverse productions including at the (then) Nimrod Theatre, Seymour Centre, New Theatre, La Mama and the Ensemble Theatre. She has written the soundtracks for Australian film projects shown on The History Channel and SBS, and has been the recipient of Australia Council grants to complete major works, such as Under One Sky (fusion Sufi and Gregorian Chant Mass).

Dr Stubbs was commissioned to adapt the soundtrack of The Dalfram Dispute, originally composed for Why Documentaries, for the National Traditional Chinese Orchestra (Fenghuang - The Phoenix Suite), which was awarded a National Chinese Arts Award in 2018. Her recent commissioned work for Axis (Physical Theatre Company), The Construct (about the Melbourne COVID lockdown) was featured at the 2022 Sydney Festival and the 2021 Merrigong Artistic Development Program. She also teaches singing, has directed many vocal ensembles, and has toured Australia and internationally as a singer.

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