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In this Vlog I run through my five top tips for safer brass playing during COVID.
The Bands of the HM Royal Marines are always keen to encourage young musicians, so Scotland Band have been exploring pBugles as an option to use in their outreach programmes.
In this Vlog from Grant Golding, Grant walks us through using the famous Post Horn Gallop.
Now that we are returning to work, play and education, it feels good to be on the pathway back to the resumption of a more normal education generally and brass playing specifically. However, Covid is still here and we must remain vigilant as restrictions are slowly lifted. A key[...]
The San Francisco Conservatory of Music (SFCM) has announced “the publication of a groundbreaking white paper on the extraordinary impact of music education on child development.” Titled Music for Every Child, the white paper was written by Indre Viskontas, a neuroscientist[...]
To celebrate International Women's Day, the MIA are dedicating their week to women; to recognise the work that they do for the music industry. Today, they talk to Kate Greenall, Chief of Staff here at Warwick Music Group. Her role is the day to day management of the team; she[...]
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!