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Welcome to Stevenage Music Centre

We are a centre for all things musical in Stevenage and the surrounding areas; and are part of the wider North Herts and Stevenage region. Here you will find all the information you need about learning a musical instrument and joining an ensemble at Stevenage Music Centre.

Young people can begin and continue their musical journey in any discipline with us.

Take a look below, for information on how to register for our individual lessons and ensembles or to find an ensemble to suit your needs.

Individual lessons - what we offer

We offer individual music lessons across a range of instruments:

  • Brass: baritone/euphonium, cornet, flugel horn, French horn, tenor horn, trombone, trumpet, tuba
  • Guitar: bass guitar, electric guitar, guitar, ukulele
  • Percussion: drums, steel pans
  • Piano
  • Strings: violin, viola, double bass
  • Voice
  • Woodwind: clarinet, flute, saxophone
Individual lesson costs
 Lesson type Cost per lesson Termly cost

 Individual 20 minute



 Individual 30 minute



If your circumstances change and you want to withdraw from lessons, please let us know by filling in the lessons withdraw form. This needs to be completed by the dates specified in section 11, of our terms and conditions, to avoid being charged a late notice administration fee.

Groups and ensembles

New this year

Ensemble membership - for £109 per term your child can join as many ensembles as they want, in any centre.

Instrument families:

Not sure which family your instrument is in?

  • Brass: cornet, trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba
  • Classical and electric guitars
  • Drums and tuned percussion
  • Singing
  • Strings: violin, viola, cello and double bass
  • Woodwind: flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone and bassoon

Centre details

The Nobel School
Mobbsbury Way
Find on a map

01438 844518

Whole Class and Community Development Lead: Caz Wolfson

Office hours (term time only)

  • Monday –Thursday: 4.00pm – 8.00pm
  • Saturday: 8.45am –1.00pm

Attending your lessons or group

Things to bring to lessons:

  • instrument (where required)
  • music
  • a drink

Drop-off and pick-up

There is free parking on site and we have a waiting area for parents. Please be respectful by keeping noise to a minimum when waiting, to avoid disruption to lessons. 

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