Caring for Your Saxophone

The following information is to help you look after your instrument. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further advice. If any damage occurs to your instrument please DO NOT attempt 'D.I.Y.' as instrument repair is a highly skilled job and you could easily worsen the situation. 1. Do not eat or … Continue reading Caring for Your Saxophone

Caring for Your Clarinet

The following information is to help you look after your instrument. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further advice. If any damage occurs to your instrument please DO NOT attempt 'D.I.Y.' as instrument repair is a highly skilled job and you could easily worsen the situation. 1. Make sure your hands … Continue reading Caring for Your Clarinet

Caring for Your String Instrument

The following information is to help you look after your instrument. Please contact us if you require further advice. If any damage occurs to your instrument please give us a call rather than attempting a 'D.I.Y.' repair which may make things worse. Our string specialists Bob and Harriet are more than happy to advise on anything … Continue reading Caring for Your String Instrument

Caring for Your Brass Instrument

The following information is to help you look after your instrument. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further advice. If any damage occurs to your instrument please do not attempt a 'D.I.Y.' fix, as instrument repair is a highly skilled job. 1. Do not eat or drink directly before practise and make … Continue reading Caring for Your Brass Instrument

Resources for Group Brass Tuition

Music education has changed drastically over the past few years, and is a topic upon which instrumental teachers have often lamented.  In the UK in particular we had a sudden shift to whole-class and group instrumental tuition 12 years ago, which has taken a long time to establish itself as anything more than a musical … Continue reading Resources for Group Brass Tuition