Greenbank Music Village - History
A complete music service working under one roof

    Greenbank was started in 1983 by Doog Moody. His aim was to create a centre of excellence undertaking a vast and varied range of musical activities so everybody could share, enjoy and explore music to the full.

    The idea constantly expanding, developing and evolving within the guise of Greenbank Music Village.

    On June 12th 1998 he bought what was St. Matthews church hall in the High Town area of Luton and built the South of England's first Music Village. 



The music village theme boasted a market gallery, shop fronts, streets, cottage themed rooms and a village green coffee/tea shop.


Included was it's own car park, five Rehearsal studios, Eight teaching rooms with up to twenty tutors on tap, plus a fully professional recording studio

    March 2018 Greenbank Music Village relocated to Greenbank House approximately half a mile from the Cobden street site.

    Teaching a wide variety of instruments, with rehearsal room, direct sales and also web sales via an ebay shop.

If you like music you'll love us.

Open evenings & weekends


L. 01582 418 818

M. 07719 624 607


Greenbank House, 44 Richmond Hill, Luton, LU2 7JG