A new range of plastic mouthpieces manufactured in Great Britain, and which have BioCote anti-microbial protection, has been launched by Warwick Music Group, the makers of the multi-award winning pBone, pTrumpet and pBuzz.
We’re keen to encourage people to think about their musical legacy and reflect on the journey they have embarked upon as musicians throughout their lifetimes. We have initiated a community-based campaign for musicians and we would like to encourage your participation.
We were delighted to hear that pBuzz has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Best Music Education Product category in the 2017 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence, or the ‘Oscars of the Music Education World’, which celebrate excellence in music education. We launched pBuzz[...]
We are delighted to have teamed up with the International Trombone Association to offer an exclusive and free 6 month trial ITA membership for all pBone users. The International Trombone Association is the largest association of trombonists with 4,000 members from 74 countries.[...]
Start learning pBone on MusicGurus with Liam Kirkman, president of the British Trombone Society and Trombonist for Lady Gaga, Radiohead and Michael Bublé. In partnership with The British Trombone Society and Music Gurus, we’re happy to bring you this course for beginners that[...]
Just a few months after the launch of pBuzz, our brand-new instrument - designed to encourage children to take up the playing of music - has been awarded ‘Gold’ in the UK’s top primary teacher awards.
"I had a really great day working with the fantastic team at Gwent, I found their enthusiasm and openness to new ideas alongside a complete commitment to diving in and "having a go” was uplifting and made my job so easy.
Make music fun with pBone, pTrumpet and pBuzz is a new series of webinars that we are launching for our community to share and exchange ideas to spread the love . . . of music!
Warwick Music Group is delighted to be supporting the charity Music for All as hosts of the BBC Proms Get Playing workshops at Imperial College, London on Sunday, 17th July at 10.30am.