Meet The Team
Looking to Hire!
Nottingham Music Hub is looking for a saxophone teacher to teach on Monday afternoons for two 25 minute lessons (1:25 - 1:50pm and 1:55 - 2:20pm). Lessons would, at least initially, be delivered remotely using Microsoft Teams. Pay is £25 per hour.
Please note that this part-time opportunity can lead to additional opportunities with the hub as we prepare our teaching timetable for 2021-22. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this opportunity.
Welcome to Nottingham Music Hub! Scroll below to meet our fantastic team.
Team Leader and String Teacher
Team Leader and Brass Teacher
Team Leader and Woodwind Teacher
Team Leader and Guitar Teacher
Team Leader and Guitar Teacher
Chief Executive Officer
Business, Operations & Strategy Manager
07564 843944 / 07719 146007
Programmes and Partnerships Coordinator
Nottingham Music Hub has 8 members on its Board of Trustees.
David is a City Councillor and was formerly a Head Teacher. In both roles he has seen the positive impact Nottingham Music Service has on children. He is committed to a broad educational experience for children and music is a vital part of that.
Barbara has extensive management experience, and assists the board with staff and Health & Safety issues. She believes that young people gain great benefits from learning a musical instrument, performing and participating in groups.
Tamba has extensive experience in education leadership at primary school and college level. Currently he works as a consultant leading training events around the country, supporting the success of children, school staff and school leaders.
David Wesker (Treasurer)
Our treasurer David is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (FCA), and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CTA). He currently works for a prestigious accountancy firm.
Amanda is the headteacher at Mellers Primary School. She is passionate about music and has created an environment in her school where music is as important as other subjects and an integral part of the school culture.
Nigel Cooke leads One Nottingham. His expertise is in organsing partnerships and collaborative work across the public, business, community and voluntary sectors is integral to our work as a music education hub.
James Gibbons (Chair)
James is a solicitor and deals with legal matters for Nottingham Music Service.
I have had the pleasure of being a Trustee for three years. Throughout this time I have witnessed the powerful impact the Nottingham Music Hub has on children and young people in our city. As an author and an education consultant, I focus upon wellbeing and overcoming challenges. It is clear when attending the concerts, residential events and school workshops that tenacity, creativity, fun and success are embedded within the NMH programmes. Seeing young people displaying such resilience and exceeding their own expectations is inspirational. The staff team, led so skilfully by Ian Burton, are clearly passionate about giving all young people the opportunity to engage with music and develop their many talents. It is an honour to support an organisation that is helping so many Nottingham City children to nurture a love of music and creativity.”
Tamba Roy, NMH Trustee