Whatever sort of music you enjoy there is an opportunity to make music with Warwickshire Music.
Thousands of young people take part every week and you will find a group you can join near you. Click on Join a Group to find out about our Music Centre and County group activities. Visit the gallery to see photos and watch videos of everything you can get involved in. Visit our pages on Rock & Pop, World Music, Get Singing and Music Technology to find out even more about what is available for you.
Exciting new Yamaha Music Point activities (drum and guitar) in partnership with Warwickshire Music starting in September 2017 - click here to see where you can find them
Would you like us to share your music on our soundcloud page? Click on this link to upload or send us a download link here. We will feature your music here on the website too.
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6 students who are members of our County Groups talk about why music is so important to them
If you are looking to buy a musical instrument please click on this link to Normans Musical Instruments. You can find great value instruments and you can support music making in Warwickshire at the same time. Warwickshire Music receives a 5% donation from Normans on every purchase made via this link.
Warwickshire is lucky enough to host one of the country’s leading music shops - Presto Music in Leamington were crowned the UK’s Best Classical Music Instrument Shop at the 2013 MIA Awards. They offer a great range of instruments as well as a comprehensive selection of Sheet Music and Recordings.
Warwickshire County Council or Warwickshire Music cannot endorse any of the suppliers identified on their website or get involved in any of the transactions that customers may wish to make with the suppliers. It is the responsibility of customers to satisfy themselves with the suppliers and products on offer before making a purchase.
Once again I feel indebted to Warwickshire Music for providing these brilliant services to allow students to extend and develop, not only their skills as a performer, but also allows chances for courage and confidence to be built up so that students feel more comfortable about playing in front of a small group or even an audience.
(John attending the SPARKS clarinet day with the CBSO)