Composer, Performer, Researcher & Therapist,
Julene Siddique is an Artist & Scientist specialising in the use of music and arts for positive impact.
For individual clients, she in particular looks at creating music and/or arts based programs which accelerate natural processes that enable people to make positive transformations in their lives. The transformations can be in terms of relationships, health, or career or all of the above, depending on how her clients and audiences wish to work with her.
Julene has an established position as a commissioned Composer and Artistic Director in the Middle East where she has written and directed a number of high profile Theatre & Dance productions. She in particular takes an interest in bringing to life the ancient history of the Middle East through her musical productions.
Julene is a Certified Quantum Medicine Therapist and Certified Trauma-Informed Expressive Arts Therapist and also holds a Certificate in Medicine and the Arts from University of Capetown. Julene holds a Masters in Music and Development from SOAS, University of London and a second Masters degree in Advanced Composition from The Royal College of Music and a Bachelors Degree in Composition and Performance from VCA, University of Melbourne.