Category: education

There's a buzz in the air as students learn new making music skills

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.

The Importance of a Music Education

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[...]

Music Education Success Story

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.

pBone Case Study

Melisa Rutkelis, Department of Arts Education for Chicago public schools

Innovative Technology Partnership (antimicrobial technology)

WMG have renewed and extended the partnership with BioCote Ltd, a world leader in antimicrobial technology, for a further three years.

New partnership with Brass Bands England to attract young players

New partnership with Brass Bands England to attract young players

The Big Hub Show

Children in a special school in Lancashire have discovered a love of performing through playing pBones!

Lancashire Music Service “Playworks” Brass Day

On Sunday 29th October, approx 60 young brass players took part in a very enjoyable and exciting day of music making. The event was held at Lostock Hall Academy in Preston, from 10am - 4pm, organised by Lancashire Music Service and led by Helen Minshall. Leyland Band sponsored 3[...]

pBuzz in Australia - meet Julie

Discover the joy of music in seconds, learn to play in minutes and enjoy for a lifetime – pBuzz, a completely new musical instrument, is now available in Australia. Originally a music publishing company, Warwick Music Group (WMG) diversified to become makers of a series of[...]

Music education needs social harmony

The opening of the £57m state of the art flagship Birmingham Conservatoire (principal: Julian Lloyd Webber) prompted a thought provoking editorial in The Guardian.