Meet the Tutor
Laura completed her BMus Degree before becoming a qualified teacher at Oathall Community College, where she had a 100% pass rate teaching GCSE Music. Laura has taught a range of activities at Create Music (formerly East Sussex Music) that include Samba, Ukulele, Recorder, Keyboard/Piano and Music Theory. She can teach traditional ABRSM and Trinity piano grades as well as Rock & Pop Keyboard.
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.
Earn a Digital Badge
Being a dedicated member of an ensemble gives you transferrable skills. If you are age 14 and above you have the opportunity to earn three digital badges to showcase your new skills on your CV.
Sign up for BEGINNERS THEORY
Brighton & Hove Youth String Orchestra
MUSIC CENTRE: A junior ensemble for grade 3 - 5 string students.
Create Music Youth String Ensemble
MUSIC CENTRE: An advanced ensemble for exceptional string players performing at grade 7 standard and above.