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How do plastic and brass instruments compare in a sustainable world

The UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021. The COP26 summit will bring 196 countries together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate[...]

Discussing the differences between plastic and metal brass instruments...

It's nearly ten years since we launched pBone, the world's first plastic brass instrument. At the time pBone created what was quite simply a trombone revolution as the trombone world took our humble instrument to its heart. Since then pBone has become the largest selling single[...]

Get Playing

"Whether it's singing, creating, playing an instrument, or enjoying listening to music, evidence shows that engaging with music from a young age has many benefits. Plus, it's great fun!" - Music Mark Warwick Music Group are delighted to be supporting Music Mark’s “Get Playing”[...]

The new model music curriculum . . . thoughts and reflections

The new model music curriculum has been launched by the DfE for schools in England.

MIA Interview on our Sustainability Journey

To celebrate International Women's Day, the MIA are dedicating their week to women; to recognise the work that they do for the music industry. Today, they talk to Kate Greenall, Chief of Staff here at Warwick Music Group. Her role is the day to day management of the team; she[...]

The first instrument maker to join the Global SME Climate Hub

In 2020, Warwick Music Group, manufacturer of pInstruments, became the first instrument manufacturer to achieve carbon neutral status for all its instruments. But the sustainable journey does not stop there. Now in 2021, we've made another major commitment becoming the first[...]

pInstrument Trade It Up Scheme

We are delighted to announce our next commitment in sustainability - reduce, reuse, recycle - by launching our Trade It Up Scheme. pBuzz and pBugles purchased from one of our official UK music retailers now come with a guaranteed trade-in value against any other pInstruments[...]

Making pInstruments carbon neutral

As a team of musicians, parents and teachers, we care very much for the impact we have on our environment, both individually and as a company. As consumers, just like you, our buying decisions are influenced by how sustainable the products are that we buy for our family. We're[...]

Problems with plastic musical instruments; 5 things to consider before you buy

Here at Warwick Music Group, we care most of all about getting children started in music – because music matters – and it's our desire to help make the journey accessible and fun for everyone! You might think it strange for a manufacturer of plastic musical instruments to be[...]

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle; pInstrument advice

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[...]

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