Martlets Music is proud to be working with these dedicated trustees, who ensure that the young people of East Sussex are given the best opportunities to create and explore musical activity. We are currently looking for more trustees to help us in developing Martlets Music and would be delighted to hear from anyone with experience in the charity and/or music education sectors, or who is just enthusiastic about ensuring that all children have the opportunity to learn, play and enjoy music, as part of their education. Please contact us at admin@martletsmusic.org.uk.

Nigel Philips
Nigel Philips
A long-term supporter of music-making for young people in East Sussex, Nigel is Chair of Martlets Music. He lives and works in Lewes, has been involved in the Friends of East Sussex Youth Orchestra for many years and brings his experience of local fundraising to Martlets Music.
Alison Wilson
Alison Wilson
Alison is a lawyer and a keen amateur musician. She believes passionately in the value and life-changing potential of musical education and is committed to ensuring that the opportunities for music making of all kinds are available to all children and young people across East Sussex.
Emily Kramers
Emily Kramers
Emily works in operations for a national charity and has experience of charity finance and governance. Having had four children benefit from the music teaching in East Sussex, she is keen to help the charity in its work to maintain fair and equal access to quality musical education. Emily started learning the violin five years ago to keep her daughter company, and is still learning.