Henley Music School Trustees are:

Founding Director - Laura Reineke


Mrs Fiona Lloyd

Dr Kristen Weatherby

Mrs Isobel Harris - Chair

Mr Glen Lambert

Mr Matt Richardson

Laura Reineke - CEO Founding Director

Laura has more than 30 years experience in classical music, having studied at Trinity College of Music, London.   She has taught in many local schools and has over 20 years experience teaching individuals and groups. She truly believe that music and the arts in general should be accessible to all, all-inclusive and fun, and with this in mind founded Henley Music School, which she continues to devote her time to. 

Laura is also a governor at Bishopswood Special school.

Councellor Glen Lambert

Glen Lambert was th Mayor of Henley-on-Thames 2018/2019 and has been a Town Councillor since May 2017. Glen is a highly experienced and seasoned software developer, with excellent team leadership skills, strong problem-solving abilities and a broad and deep knowledge of web technology and IT systems. Glen's leadership abilities have helped to facilitate his career progression, with opportunities at Oracle, SAI Global, and Castle Trust as well as numerous freelance projects. Glen is also the Founder & Chairman of Bluebells Day Centre, a Henley based charity providing respite care for dementia sufferers and their carers

Mrs Isobel Harris

Chair of Trustees.Isobel currently runs her own business offering operational support to organisations across many different sectors. She is experienced in IT, project management, customer service and logistics; using her problem-solving skills and analytical approach she helps organisations to streamline their operations and thereby boost overall profitability. Isobel is a keen amateur cellist and plays in the Henley Youthful Orchestra, and also actively supports the Wyfold Group Riding for the Disabled, a local charity which provides therapeutic riding lessons for children and adults from the surrounding area.

Dr Kristen Weatherby

Kristen Weatherby is a consultant researcher at the University College London, where she works on projects involving the integration of technology into teaching and learning. Until recently she was senior policy analyst at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris. There she managed the first and largest international survey of teachers, the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), which surveys teachers and school leaders in 34 countries about the working conditions and learning environments in their schools. Dr. Weatherby started her career as a teacher of 12 to 14 year-olds in the U.S. before moving to Microsoft where she worked on education programmes aimed to improve technology integration in schools both in the United States and the United Kingdom. She has a PhD in Education from University College London’s Institute of Education and a Masters in Teaching from the University of Michigan

Fiona Lloyd

Fiona started her career in Human Resource Management having gained a Masters degree in HR from Aston University in 1987.  After working in senior HR roles for a number of years she re trained to become and Occupational Psychologist, gaining a further Masters degree in 1994.  She then worked in Management Consultancy in a variety of different organisations.  She has been part time and freelance since 2002 supplementing work projects with voluntary roles.


She is currently a governor for Bishopswood Special School in Oxfordshire and a Governor at Badgemore Primary School also in Oxfordshire.  Her main working activities are currently running Assessment Centres for Graduate Recruitment and supporting small local business with recruitment and HR.

Mr Matt Richardson

"Matt has been a Henley resident for over 20 years. He is a practising solicitor, primarily in the technology, media and telecoms sector.


Matt has a life-long passion for music and believes musical education to be a critical part of every person's education and development. He has been singing and/or playing the guitar for over thirty years in barbershop quartets, duos and bands, including well-known Henley-based band, Lucky To Be Alive. 


Matt is an active contributor to a range of charities. His preferred method of fund raising is by undertaking extreme challenges on his vintage Raleigh Chopper and he currently holds the world hour record on the bike." 

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For further information, tuition fees and bursary scheme, please contact:  

Laura Reineke

E-mail: henleymusicschool@hotmail.co.uk

Tel: 07989 396210

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Henley Music School is registered in England as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Charity No: 1178102

In memory of George Harrison

Material World Charitable Foundation