Isaac Boothman is a neurodivergent composer, musician and facilitator, living in Birmingham from a Yorkshire background. An aspiring community musician, they want to bring compelling performances and activity to communities on their terms, in their spaces. They draw off of multi-disciplinary experiences including classical, theatre, spoken-word and jazz performance, and training with street orchestras and theatre makers, making music for everyone, everywhere. Keen to develop ways of making music accessible and powerful, Isaac uses composition, improvisation & facilitation skills to scope out meaningful and inclusive interaction, wherever best needed.

 Isaac was a Round 3 recipient of the 2022/3 Francis Chagrin Awards.