Author: Kate Greenall

Kate has always had a love for music and after starting to play the clarinet aged six went on to study music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. She joined Warwick Music Group in 2010 as Social Media Manager and now serves as Chief of Staff where her role is the day to day management of the team. She ensures activities are streamlined within the organisation, supporting the priorities of the business to help it grow. She now spends most of my spare time supporting my three children as they learn their own instruments!

Blog posts by Kate Greenall

Musical fun to keep the kids entertained this summer

As liberating as it is to be free from the restrictions of the school run and busy termly timetables, it can be a daunting prospect to fill all the free time that the summer holidays offer our children. We've put together some musical themed activities to help you keep the kids[...]

Top 5 benefits of learning a musical instrument as an adult

Think that learning to play a musical instrument is just for children? Wrong! There are numerous benefits that learning a musical instrument as an adult can bring. Here's just a few: 1. Brain Health Playing a musical instrument gives a significant boost in keeping the brain[...]

Dede Creates a Buzz

The Create a Buzz project was launched by Age UK Cheshire in partnership with the award winning Foden's Band to help tackle social isolation and loneliness amongst older people through learning to play a musical instrument. 

Jenny Creates a Buzz

The Create a Buzz project was launched by Age UK Cheshire in partnership with the award winning Foden's Band to help tackle social isolation and loneliness amongst older people through learning to play a musical instrument. 

HM Royal Marines pBugle Fanfare

The Bands of the HM Royal Marines are always keen to encourage young musicians, so  Scotland Band have been exploring pBugles as an option to use in their outreach programmes.

MIA Interview on our Sustainability Journey

To celebrate International Women's Day, the MIA are dedicating their week to women; to recognise the work that they do for the music industry. Today, they talk to Kate Greenall, Chief of Staff here at Warwick Music Group. Her role is the day to day management of the team; she[...]

#pbonelovenotes; a Valentine's Day Giveaway

Love and music are inextricably linked, however this year we're thinking parents in particular are probably too tired, too stressed and too busy to think about Valentine's Day!

RSL and Warwick Music Group announce innovative music education collaboration

Warwick Music Group and RSL Awards have announced an innovative new partnership and collaboration. These two Queens’ Award winning companies will create a series of “Learn to Play Trombone” and “Learn to Play Trumpet” print and digital publications as part of a “horns” offer for[...]

Ted's Blog

Ted, age 8, shares his experience of what it is like to learn to play the trombone and how that has changed in a covid world.

Christmas Gifts Under £30

Whether you're looking for a first musical instrument for a young child or accessories and music for friends and family that are already learning to play an instrument, we've got you covered.  We have featured below some gift ideas that are under £30 to bring the joy of making[...]