Why Music Matters in School

Music should be an integral part of a well rounded primary curriculum in every school. The benefits of including music in your day to day is far reaching and impacts on many areas of school life.

Dan Welch, Assistant Band Director, Campbell, Ohio Case Study

A brass player himself, Dan has taught Campbell Elementary and Middle School for three years. Dan teaches kindergarten to 3rd grade general music, 4th grade percussion performing arts and is assistant band director for grades 5-7.

pBone with Lancashire Music Service

Since the beginning of the academic year, the ‘Trombone Trio’ at Lancashire Music Service have been on a tour of the county with a little help from pBone.

Big Brass Success

Last year, Warwick Music Group were delighted to be involved with the Durham Brass Festival and to sponsor the Big Brass Bus, which aimed to inspire and encourage as many young musicians as possible -whilst celebrating the loud and wonderful world of brass.

Why Music Matters Written by Warwick Music’s very own pMums!

Music benefits children in many ways. For instance, learning to play a musical instrument develops areas of the brain responsible for language and reasoning. A musical education can also help with a child’s emotional development, building the imagination and developing a[...]

Meet our pPal...Andy

Andy Ward, Logistics Operative

Meet our pPal...Lydia

Lydia Marshall, PR and marketing

Gilbert Public Schools pBuzz Case Study

Brad Seagraves, District Department Chair for elementary band in Gilbert, Arizona

pInstruments take over Pear Tree Primary

The WMG education team recently visited Pear Tree Primary School, Nantwich to take on perhaps their largest-scale project yet – getting the entire school playing pInstruments in one day!

Denver Public School pInstrument Case Study

Dorothy Pino, Denver public schools