Our team

Kate Campbell-Green

A passionate advocate for inclusive music making and using music as a conduit for positive outcomes, Kate has almost 20 years of experience in leading music in education settings and in the wider community.

Kate studied at the University of Glasgow for her Bachelor of music degree and the Royal Northern College of Music with the Manchester Metropolitan University for her PGCE, where she gained qualified teacher status. Kate has presented a variety of keynote addresses, panel discussions and workshops on inclusive music making at National and Regional conferences. She has also mentored and trained numerous trainee teachers and is a longstanding Associate Lecturer for Manchester Metropolitan University and The Royal Northern College of Music. Kate is currently the Head of Tameside Music Service; a team of 40 who teach approximately 7,000 young people a week. She is also the chair of the Wider Partnership Group for the Greater Manchester Music Education Hub working with numerous music organisations including Band on the Wall, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and Brighter Sound.

In her spare time she is a keen reader and film fan – her favourite genre being folk horror – and also enjoys mountain biking in the Peak District where she calls home. 

 
Follow us

© 2024 Good Vibrations. All Rights Reserved. Good Vibrations is a registered charity in England and Wales (number 1126493) and in Scotland (number SC048860). Thank you for visiting.
Photography by Toby Madden/The Independent, Osman Deen/South London Press, Camilla Panufnik, Elspeth Van Der Hole, GDA Design, Gigi Chiying Lam, G. Bland, Alan Bryden, Mark Carlin, Rachel Cherry, Francois Boutemy, Andy Hollingworth, Rebaz Yassin, and Guy Smallman.

Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - Policies and Procedures