My first experience of the pBuzz was back in 2017, when I was introduced to them by Julie from Warwick Music whilst her sons were attending the school where I teach music in Australia.
WMG’s Ambassador, Darren Lea caught up with professional musician and educator, Gemma Fuller following meeting in January at the Brass of the Saff project.
A group of youngsters in Leicestershire are starting to make a big noise in brass – and we are delighted to be playing our part.
Learning to play a musical instrument is a challenge but with a little bit of effort, the rewards can be plentiful. We have outlined for you some of the milestones your child can look forward to reaching.
Congratulations! Your child has decided to learn to play an instrument! Here is some information to help you begin your journey…
In 2017, Warwick Music Group was selected as one of the Midlands top 50 most innovative companies by Mills & Reeve alongside the likes of Jaguar Land Rover and the Football Association. As part of the launch of the 2019 competition, we attended a celebration evening at Mills &[...]
Like every mum, I want the best for my children. I strive to ensure I am providing them with opportunities that will both support them and further their development.
We look at how one primary school in the north-east of England was supported in encouraging even more children to pick up an instrument and make music.
Every year between the months of January and March, the residents of Shetland, the most northerly archipelago in the UK, celebrate the end of the long winter nights and the coming of spring in a way that only they know how: by holding large torchlit processions, and setting fire[...]