After many months of home-school and online learning, we want to help and support teachers in providing a safe, vibrant and active learning environment back in school – no screens needed! Our pInstruments are safe to use in schools and completely sustainable too. Zero carbon[...]
In 2020, Warwick Music Group, manufacturer of pInstruments, became the first instrument manufacturer to achieve carbon neutral status for all its instruments. But the sustainable journey does not stop there. Now in 2021, we've made another major commitment becoming the first[...]
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!
One thing that lockdown 3.0 is giving me is the chance to start engaging with content that I've been aware of but never previously put the time aside to properly absorb.
Every January the world's music industry comes together in the glorious trade show/conference that is NAMM. We at Warwick Music have been attending NAMM from the first year of pBone in one way or another and it has become part of our annual pattern of work...until 2021!
As Covid has tightened its grip on what is normal in UK society yet again during “lockdown 3.0”, of all the instrument families, brass playing has found this new normal particularly challenging. A variety of reports have not achieved a clarity about what is best practice for[...]
Like educators, we care passionately that ALL children have the opportunity to access quality music education provision. The Covid pandemic has only widened the gap of children who do have access to music and those that don't. The words "levelling-up" are not political[...]
To celebrate the our virtual exhibit at the 2021 Texas Music Educators Association Convention, we are offering over 100 trumpet and trombone mouthpieces free for educators. Please complete the form below - only one entry per teacher and full rules are below. Remember, we will[...]
An expert brass player makes changing notes sound and look so simple but when you pick up your instrument as a beginner things can feel very different and quite confusing...so how do trumpet players do it?
Sitting here at my keyboard on the last day of an incredible year, it would be easy to churn out a few hundred words on what a resilient bunch us musicians are; how we’ve made the best of a bad situation. How we have adapted to unprecedented circumstances and overcome seemingly[...]