My time at Trinity [Laban] exposed me to high-quality teaching alongside exceptional music making and allowed me to develop essential life-skills. It provided a springboard for my career into music education which is focused on ensuring an equality of offer for all pupils to access outstanding musical opportunities. Trinity [Laban] is a fantastic institution!Stuart Whatmore
Stuart Whatmore studied percussion graduating with a BMus (Hons) in 2000 and Postgraduate Diploma in 2001. He then completed a PGCE at Roehampton institute in 2004 and has since developed a career in music education, working with schools, children and young people, the community and multiple cultural organisations and venues. He was percussion co-ordinator at East Sussex Music Service until 2006 when he became Senior Manager of Tower Hamlets Arts & Music Education Service. In 2014, Stuart was appointed Head of the Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) leading music education across the London Boroughs of Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, and Hammersmith & Fulham. The TBMH has a national reputation for its innovative approaches to inclusive music education from the Early Years upwards; and was the recipient of the RPS Music Award for Learning and Participation in 2016.