Author: Sophie Blackmore

The joy of making music; a pInstrument family affair!

Recently Drew got in touch with us from the US to share his experience of our pInstruments, and how his whole family are experiencing the joy of music! Read his story...

hyTech breathes new life to brass-playing career

Recently Keith got in touch with us to share his hyTech experience, and how it has breathed new life into his brass playing career, read his story...

Five top tips for buying a trumpet.

I’m a mum to three children aged 11, 9 and 6. Between them they are involved in a number of different extra-curricular activities, all of which come with a lovely long list of ‘essential items’ that are required for them to take part. Add to these the cost of the[...]

Five Ways Warwick Music Group are Serious About Making Music Fun!

  We care about making music fun and accessible, that's what drives us to make the products we do – but we’re also serious about doing it right. Here we share five ways we make sure the instruments that reach students, teachers, parents and children worldwide are of the highest[...]

Serious About Making Music Fun: the Sustainable Choice

  Plastics and their impact on the environment are a hot topic right now and rightly so - especially with regards to single use plastics, the pollution of the ocean, how to recycle and alternatives to plastic. As a business Warwick Music Group are very conscious of the part we[...]

Serious About Making Music Fun: Anthony Thompson tests the pTrumpet

Anthony Thompson has over 21 years’ experience as a freelance trumpeter, with many fine orchestras and as a session musician on over 400 recordings. He has been teaching since he was eighteen and has given masterclasses all over the world. He has been involved for some time in[...]

Serious About Making Music Fun: the Hygienic Choice

Jennifer Collier (pictured with Marketing Manager Jessica Elges, left) is Warwick Music Group’s Development Partner from BioCote - the company behind the antimicrobial technology we use in our products. Jennifer explains what their technology is and why it is important to you as[...]

Serious About Making Music Fun: Ethical and Moral Manufacture

Wayne Clark has spent 26 years in Engineering and Supply Chain Management: nine in Automotive Manufacturing, twelve in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management where he gained CIPS qualification, where his built his knowledge of Asian Manufacturing. For the last five years Wayne[...]

Serious About Making Music Fun: Quality Control

  John Yuan is Warwick Music Group’s Supply Chain and Quality Manager. He has extensive experience in the industry and uses this to support our instruments’ development and manage product manufacturing and delivery. John also plays the crucial role of monitoring and assessing[...]

Serious About Making Music Fun: Joshua MacCleur tests the hyTech

Joshua MacCluer, originally from the U.S.A., has been living in Hong Kong for the last seven years, where he spent six seasons as principal trumpet of the Hong Kong Philharmonic. Now working as his own boss work running Lamma Studios in Hong Kong, Josh does a lot of freelance[...]