Music Gurus As part of its commitment to music teaching and learning, Warwick Music Group has produced a number of online teaching and learning resources which are exclusively available through our partners musicgurus.com
In light of the Coronavirus outbreak, we thought it would be helpful to remind our customers and colleagues in the music industry cleaning instructions for our instruments. Government advice on Coronavirus For ALL Coronavirus advice; washing hands, guidance in educational[...]
pInstruments were all over the Music & Drama Education Expo last week!
Aidan Chamberlain is an Assistant Professor of Music at the Academy for the Performing Arts, part of the University of Trinidad and Tobago. He teaches brass at the academy, performs with the facuty ensemble and is involved with a number of school music programmes. Aidan[...]
Ethan chose to play the trombone aged 7 when he and his family were in Australia. Since then his mum, Julie, has supported him on his musical journey, helping him by finding music lessons no less than three times so far! Here she shares with us why she continues to support him[...]
Edward Maxwell, a freelance London trumpet player is a composer, editor and arranger. He is also a teacher at Reigate Grammar School, Hurstpierpoint College and Cranleigh School, where he recently trialled our hyTech. He shares with us his pupils comments and his thoughts...
As a company we are conscious about how we operate in everything we do. We are serious about making music accessible and fun, and consider the impact of everything we do. We also unusually make our instruments out of plastic, which our customers often ask about, so thought we[...]
With two musical parents, Ralph was exposed to music making at a very young age and his parents always hoped that he would want to learn to play an instrument himself one day. His mum, Kate, shares with us how he chose the trombone and started learning how to play…
Being manufacturers of trombones as well as trumpets, cornets and pBuzzes, we get a fair few questions about how to play, how to start learning - is it hard? Where do I start?!
Rhinegold's Music Teacher Magazine is an invaluable resource for music education practitioners and is packed with reviews, news, comment and debate. December's issue included a review of the hyTech, which they have kindly allowed us to share...