Meet the Tutors
Flute & Recorder Teacher
Victoria attended Chetham’s School of Music after which she won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music. While there, she won the Douglas Whitaker Chamber Music Prize and the Royal College of Music Flute Prize. As well as teaching flute and recorder for Create Music for many years, Victoria also enjoys playing in local groups including the chamber group ‘Sussex Flutes’.
Richard attended Hangleton Junior School where he was inspired by the music teacher to take up the cornet. Following his further education studies at Salford University, Richard performed full-time in London for ten years as a member of the Metropolitan Police Band and freelancing for shows and orchestras. He has been teaching for over 25 years and in 1997 studied for his PGCE at Sussex University.
Why get involved?
Play Well-known tunes
You will have the opportunity to play a selection of well-known tunes suited to the ensemble genre.
By playing in an ensemble you have the opportunity to take part in concerts and events throughout the year, earning vital performance experience.
Making Music with Others
Making music is a fun and sociable activity. Joining a Music Centre activity gives you the chance to meet, play and perform with other like-minded musicians.
Virtual Music Centre
As part of your membership you can take part in our online activities under the Virtual Music Centre. This includes Beginner, Intermediate and Grade V Theory.
How to Apply
Terms and Conditions
Please read our Terms and Conditions before applying for your child
Pupils can apply at any time if they know which Ensemble they wish to join.
Once space is available, a member of the Create Music team will be in touch with all the relevant details you need.
If there is not space for a new member to join straight away, the student will be placed on waiting list.