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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
We figured that by this stage in the summer holidays you may be running low on ideas to keep the kids entertained that don't break the bank so we have put together some activities for a bit of fun for the kids; and peace and quiet for mums and dads!
As a band we are lucky enough to work across a vast spectrum of the music industry, from festival stages to corporate events and private functions. Some of our favourite and most rewarding work is with children.
Being manufacturers of trumpets, trombones, cornets and pBuzzes, we get a fair few questions about music lessons, how do you decide what to play, where do you find a teacher, what does it cost?!
Many readers will already be familiar with or have played on plastic trumpets in the past. You may already have made up your mind on whether they are a force for good or evil in music education! My opinion has been that they are a bit of both.
Being manufacturers of trumpets as well as trombones, cornets and pBuzzes, we get a fair few questions about how to play, how to start learning - is it hard? Where do I start?!
In June this year Hainan Music Productions celebrated one year of Music Garden, their non-profit program focused on outreach to under-represented students in Haikou, Hainan Province, China. Matt Waters reflects on their first year...