Brass instruments manufactured in plastic have been independently certified as carbon neutral.
After the success of the ground-breaking and innovative brass training product pBuzz, feedback began to suggest that although trumpet-based teachers welcomed a simplified training instrument, they didn’t really feel an affinity with the pBuzz, seeing it as more of a “lower[...]
Since 15th June, non-essential businesses in England have been allowed to re-open to the public as long as social distancing remains in place. The Music Industries Association have created this helpful map of which stores can be visited by the public and are updating it daily as[...]
As a team of musicians, parents and teachers, we care very much for the impact we have on our environment, both individually and as a company. As consumers, just like you, our buying decisions are influenced by how sustainable the products are that we buy for our family. We're[...]
Creative United has today launched the first edition of its 'Guide to Buying Adaptive Musical Instruments', distributed in partnership with the Musicians’ Union and Normans Musical Instruments.
It is widely known that there are so many benefits of playing an instrument on the brain. Learning to play an instrument stimulates the creative sensors, which can have amazing effect.
There are many emotional benefits of music. Playing a musical instrument enables children to express and understand their feelings, as well as providing an an outlet for emotions that they cannot always express or control. This on its own can help a child’s emotional health, but[...]
Learning music not only helps a child’s imagination, creativity, emotional wellbeing, but by through learning and playing a musical instrument, they will see a positive impact on other areas of their learning too.
When you think about listening to music or playing a musical instrument, we tend to think about the impact it has on our ability to think and feel:
There is no doubt that music has huge potential to enhance a child’s imagination and unlock their natural curiosity of the world around them. The importance of imagination needs to be shouted from the roof tops; it is vital to creativity and has many benefits not only as a[...]