Give the gift of music this Christmas and provide your children, grandchildren, parents and friends with the opportunity to experience the joy of making music.
The past few months have seen the world of music turned on its head, and higher education has not escaped the wrath of COVID-19. Back in March, a week before the announcement of the first UK lockdown, the University of Salford took the decision to close the campus, send students[...]
Grant Golding is a professional trumpet player and teacher who works with local authorities in Scotland teaching around 200 pupils per week. This includes his ground breaking work with Dumfries & Galloway remote teaching project. He therefore has a lot of experience in using[...]
There are not many things that can go wrong with pInstruments but if you have lost or damaged a part of your instrument, you can now order spares from our online store.
At Warwick Music, we want to make the joy of music accessible and safe for Schools and Music Hubs. That is why we have created the pBuzz and pBugle Bundle. This means that a class of 30 can play a pInstrument for under £10 (ex VAT) per child. Our instruments come with in-built[...]
One of the many advantages about our instruments being made of plastic is that not only are they better for the environment, recyclable and considerably cheaper than their counterparts, they are also easier to clean.
We have received quite a few enquiries about our choice of key for the pBugle so I thought I’d sit down and write a few words to share my thoughts on the subject.
As the UK went into lockdown in March, we couldn't forsee how long the disruption would continue. My own daughter was due to take her Grade 2 clarinet exam and just two days later it was cancelled.