pInstruments were all over the Music & Drama Education Expo last week!
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...
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...
Last week we were delighted to attend the 2019 Music Mark conference, held at The Cutlers' Hall in Sheffield
Recently Keith got in touch with us to share his hyTech experience, and how it has breathed new life into his brass playing career, read his story...
I’m a mum to three children aged 11, 9 and 6. Between them they are involved in a number of different extra-curricular activities, all of which come with a lovely long list of ‘essential items’ that are required for them to take part. Add to these the cost of the[...]
The pTrumpet hyTech is the most recent instrument to be added to our pInstrument family. Up until the hyTech, each instrument we have created had a fairly discernable difference to the last; pBone was the first and now best selling plastic trombone, pBone mini is much much[...]
When finding the right trumpet for you and your abilities, it can be hard. We’ve all been there! So we want to help you and tell you all about these two amazing brands and the trumpets that they have to offer; Yamaha and pTrumpet.
Joshua MacCluer, originally from the U.S.A., has been living in Hong Kong for the last seven years, where he spent six seasons as principal trumpet of the Hong Kong Philharmonic. Now working as his own boss work running Lamma Studios in Hong Kong, Josh does a lot of freelance[...]
Many readers will already be familiar with or have played on plastic trumpets in the past. You may already have made up your mind on whether they are a force for good or evil in music education! My opinion has been that they are a bit of both.