Ingrid Martin transforms lives through music. Her life-long mission: to make classical music relevant, interesting and engaging for everyone.
Ingrid's innovative projects forge unlikely connections between music, venues and other disciplines. On the podium, she empowers musicians to uncover and share their unique artistic voices. The result? Deeply human performances that unite musicians and audiences.
2022 sees Ingrid make her debut with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, and continue as Artistic Director and Conductor of the Crosswinds Ensemble, Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra and Bayside Chamber Orchestra. As a 2022 Carlos Miguel Prieto Conducting Fellow, she is working with conductors including Marin Alsop, Simone Young, Barbara Hannigan and Alexander Shelley.
In demand internationally as a clinician and presenter this year she appears at the AUSTA National Conference and Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago, and here at the Melbourne Music Summit. Ingrid shares her unique approach to musical leadership through ConductingArtistry.com, her online learning platform for conductor development and ensemble pedagogy.