Until 30th June 2020, Warwick Music Group are making available our top 10 best-selling music education titles from Warwick Music Publishing as well as the full instrumental range of Music Marvels for students, to help support them with remote learning or online lessons.
As parents ourselves, we understand the challenges being faced across the globe with the indefinite closure of schools. So, we thought we would give you a helping hand with some ideas for a bit of musical fun to keep the kids entertained; and hopefully some peace and quiet for[...]
In light of the Coronavirus outbreak, we thought it would be helpful to remind our customers and colleagues in the music industry cleaning instructions for our instruments. Government advice on Coronavirus For ALL Coronavirus advice; washing hands, guidance in educational[...]
With two musical parents, Ralph was exposed to music making at a very young age and his parents always hoped that he would want to learn to play an instrument himself one day. His mum, Kate, shares with us how he chose the trombone and started learning how to play…
It’s always great to see children and adults playing and enjoying music together – and in Leicester, they are doing just that with the development of a band that, in less than two years, has participated in championships across the UK – as well as being part of their city’s[...]
We figured that by this stage in the summer holidays you may be running low on ideas to keep the kids entertained that don't break the bank so we have put together some activities for a bit of fun for the kids; and peace and quiet for mums and dads!
Being manufacturers of trumpets, trombones, cornets and pBuzzes, we get a fair few questions about music lessons, how do you decide what to play, where do you find a teacher, what does it cost?!
Many readers will already be familiar with or have played on plastic trumpets in the past. You may already have made up your mind on whether they are a force for good or evil in music education! My opinion has been that they are a bit of both.