Ted, age 8, shares his experience of what it is like to learn to play the trombone and how that has changed in a covid world.
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.
On Friday 7th December WMG Ambassador, Darren Lea visited Grange Farm Primary School in Coventry to introduce 2 classes of KS1 students to brass instruments.
Nearly 50 years ago I was lucky enough to go to a Junior School where the Deputy Head decided to pass on his love of brass playing by starting a brass band. I joined the band and loved it – and that opportunity shaped my life. I started conducting and adjudicating, did a degree[...]
Why Music Matters in School The benefits of integrating music into primary school curriculum are far reaching, and impact on many areas of school life. Warwick Music Group's Education Ambassador, draws on their experience of managing music in a primary school, and explores just[...]
Pennthorpe School get the Buzz! A West Sussex school has been declared the winner in an inaugural competition to encourage children to play music together in start-up music groups.