|Born||21 June 1952|
Born in Nottingham and educated at High Storrs Grammar School for Girls in Sheffield, she attended the Royal Academy of Music (1970–73), where her teachers were Malcolm MacDonald, Eric Fenby, Alan Bush and John Hall (composition), and Jean Austin-Dobson (singing). After leaving, she continued her composition studies privately with Hans Keller (1974–80). She is a Fellow of the Royal Northern College of Music.
List of works
- Flynn, opera, subtitled Music-theatre on the life and times of Errol Flynn, in three scenes, three solos, four duets, a mad song and an interlude, 1977–78.
- Chartres (orchestral), 1988
- Beyond Redemption (orchestral), 1994–5
- The Temple at Karnak (orchestral), 1996
- Passaggio (concerto for bassoon and orchestra), 1998
- The Shooting Star (concerto for trumpet and orchestra), 1999
- Salt in the Blood (for choir and brass orchestra), 1995
- The Darkness Is No Darkness (for choir and organ), 1993
- The Snows Descend (for brass orchestra), 1997
- First Light (for choir and brass orchestra), 2001
- Bright Spirit (for wind ensemble), 2001
- Mass (2003)
- The Secret Garden (Botanical fantasy for SATB and organ), 2004
- Leonardo (concerto for bassoon and thirteen Strings), (2012)
- Ghostly Grace (for choir and organ), 2015
- Watch With Me (Anthem for Somme 100 Vigil), 2016
- S. Fuller and N. LeFanu, eds.: 'Reclaiming the Muse', Contemporary Music Review, xi (1994), 37
- 'Composer in interview: Judith Bingham': Mark Doran in conversation with Judith Bingham, Tempo, Vol 58, No.230 (2004)
- ‘BINGHAM, Judith Caroline’, Who's Who 2012, A & C Black, 2012; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2011; online edn, Nov 2011 accessed 9 April 2012
- Judith Bingham (1952-) - Four Minute Mile, www.musicweb-international.com, accessed 9 April
- Debrett's People Of Today 2011
- "Fellows and Honorary Members". Royal Northern College of Music.
- "No. 62866". The London Gazette (Supplement). 28 December 2019. p. N11.
- 'Judith Bingham in Interview', Tempo, No.58 (2004), pp. 20–36
- BBC – Music – Judith Bingham,[dead link] www.bbc.co.uk