Who are you and what do you do?
I am the publishing manager for Warwick Music Publishing (established in 1994) and we have developed into one of the world’s leading music publishing companies specialising in wind and brass music. From the very first piece of music, our catalogue has grown to include over 1200 titles covering a variety of genres, styles, and abilities and representing composers from across the globe which we are extremely proud of.
If you had to share one unique selling point of your business, what would it be?
Our specialty is Wind and Brass Music but we cover a variety of genres, styles, and abilities and represent composers from across the globe. We work closely with exam boards including ABRSM and Trinity and music by our composers is often included in the exam syllabuses. We are also incredibly environmentally conscious, so customers can download our publications digitally or buy printed versions from sheet music dealers.
What would you say is the main drive behind Warwick Music Publishing?
We ultimately believe in the transformational power of music, that everyone should have the opportunity to make music and that by thinking differently we can make the joy of music accessible and fun.
What do you feel is the biggest challenge for you in 2022?
It would probably be continuing to raise the awareness and profile of Warwick Music Publishing within the publishing sector for brass and wind music. We’ve just approved over 50 new pieces which is very exciting, so getting all of those published!
What are you currently listening to?
I mainly listen to Brass Band music, being in Brass bands myself and having held principal positions with championship section brass bands performing in Europe, UK, USA, and Australia. I also enjoy a sing-along to Heart FM in the car with the kids!
You can explore the fantastic range of music publications from Warwick Music Publishing here.