Why Music Matters in School The benefits of integrating music into primary school curriculum are far reaching, and impact on many areas of school life. Warwick Music Group's Education Ambassador, draws on their experience of managing music in a primary school, and explores just[...]
Blog posts by Kate Greenall
We are delighted to be sponsoring the Championship section of the Bolsover Festival of Brass which will take place at the Heritage High School in Clowne, Derbyshire on Sunday 30th September.
Pennthorpe School get the Buzz! A West Sussex school has been declared the winner in an inaugural competition to encourage children to play music together in start-up music groups.
An online video course for beginner trumpeters with author Kay Charlton. Are you ready to pick up the trumpet and start your musical journey? We've brought our best-selling book, 'Are You Ready?' to life in a series of video lessons presented by author and top trumpeter Kay[...]
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.
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.
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.
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[...]