WMG Education Director Chris Fower was delighted to be Conn-Selmer Department of Education’s guest at the Midwest Clinic, an orchestra and band conference held in Chicago 16-19 December 2015.
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Warwick Music Group were very pleased to be invited by Band Supplies, to give some creative music sessions at the 2015 Scottish Festival of Brass, the Band Supplies Scottish Challenge and the Scottish Youth Brass Band Championships.
Music education and access to brass instrument learning is at the heart of everything we do. We’re proud that our team are musicians themselves, passionate about giving children the same opportunities they had to learn music. Our first newsletter dedicated to education is now[...]
This month 90 nine year old children at Frederick Bird Primary School in Coventry embarked on a ten week course of class music lessons learning the pBone and pTrumpet with our Education Ambassador. You can follow their journey here through the weekly blogs written by some of the[...]
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra held their performance of "The Music Man" earlier this month and in celebration of the signature song "Seventy-Six Trombones" they set up a trombone music lab to give visitors the opportunity to try a pBone. The pBones proved to be very popular with[...]
We loved being part of the fun at Ribble Valley Jazz Festival this month and our children's workshop for pBone and pTrumpet with Education Director Chris Fower was a real success.
The Proms – or The Henry Wood Promenade Concerts presented by the BBC – is an eight week-long season of orchestral classical music concerts. First held back in the 19th century, the Proms remain one of the world’s largest and oldest music festivals. Now over 100 years old, the[...]
pBone are pleased to have been awarded the best of those tested in Normans “best trombones for beginners”.
The world of brass music is being opened up to school children on a totally new scale with the introduction of pBones into whole class tuition, where every student can have their own instrument.