Author: Kate Greenall

New Partnership with St. Louis Music

New Partnership with St. Louis Music

Warwick Music Group is delighted to announce a new partnership with Missouri-based St. Louis Music, which will be distributing our complete range of award winning instruments in North America – pBone, pTrumpet and pBuzz. Mark Ragin, President and CEO of St. Louis Music commented, “We are excited to represent the full line for this range, designed […]

The world’s first all-plastic air guitar

The world’s first all-plastic air guitar

We are delighted to launch our latest innovative instrument: pAir, the world’s first all-plastic air guitar. The lightest air guitar on the market, pAir is in the mould of Warwick Music Group’s other plastic music instruments in being lightweight, affordable, and virtually indestructible. Aimed at anyone old enough to hold the guitar, pAir is set […]

Plastic mouthpieces mean brass for all

Plastic mouthpieces mean brass for all

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. The mouthpieces are perfect for all playing environments and are excellent for buzzing practice. The versatility of the material allows for further […]

Start Your Legacy

Start Your Legacy

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. Please share images of yourself today or at a younger age and of those that […]

Make Music Fun!

Make Music Fun!

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! The next video conference webinar will be held on Monday, 8th August at 4pm GMT or 11am USA EST, so our […]

Warwick Music Group to host ‘Music for All’ Proms workshops

Warwick Music Group to host ‘Music for All’ Proms workshops

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. WMG – makers of the internationally acclaimed plastic music instruments – will hold a series of brass inspired Get Playing sessions for anyone wanting to […]

pBuzz hits the right note with mini musicians

pBuzz hits the right note with mini musicians

Discover the joy of music in seconds, learn to play in minutes and enjoy for a lifetime – pBuzz is a completely new musical instrument. More eye-catching than a recorder, lighter than a drum and easier to play than a xylophone – pBuzz makes for a magical, musical playtime. Research has shown that youngsters who […]

Top marks for ‘Bold As’ music in education project

Top marks for ‘Bold As’ music in education project

Our pioneering music education initiative – BOLD AS – shows music in education improves children’s confidence, musical skills and behaviour. Commissioned by Deal Festival Education project, supported by Kent Music, and Warwick Music Group, the report found improvement in behaviour and capacity to concentrate, marked improvement in confidence and very significant improvement in musical skills. […]

WMG has the time of their lives with the CBSO!

WMG has the time of their lives with the CBSO!

We enjoyed a wonderful evening of ‘Songs from the Movies’ from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by John Altman on 3rd June. Members of the audience were invited to join us in our fun zones to get a taste of what it feels like to be a musician by playing pTrumpets and pBones […]

Warwick Music Group in tune for Britain’s Got Talent Finale

Warwick Music Group in tune for Britain’s Got Talent Finale

This weekend pTrumpet and pBone hit the right note with the Britain’s Got Talent audience as they were played during the performance of ‘Feeling Good’ by runner-up Wayne Woodward.