Making Music: A Peek Inside Percussion Play Workshop
Take a peek inside our workshop, meet the team and see our experts in action.
Designing outdoor musical instruments takes planning, knowledge and imagination, but what's even more impressive is the actual making - maybe a much more industrial yet craftsman-like process than you'd imagine. All Percussion Play instruments are designed and produced by dedicated and highly skilled craftsmen in the beautiful county of Hampshire right here in the heart of the United Kingdom. Delivering musical instruments to the world which are fun and exciting but sound amazing too. Because like you, we love music.
We are focused team and thrive on encouraging individuals to flourish in their music making. It all starts with having a go, and to have a go we need access to good musical instruments in our communities. We’ve designed a whole host of exciting user-friendly instruments that kids and adults can use to explore the joy of composing and music making in our open spaces; playgrounds, forests and schools.
Driven by our belief that outdoor musical instruments are very special and unique investments which should continue to make ‘music makers’ happy year after year, our innovative designs combine traditional musical instruments with modern day technologies and contemporary edge. Ensuring that our products exceed present day expectations and the challenges of being permanently outdoors.
We are a worldwide market leader in our field with vigorous pride in what we do. With superior design and unequalled build quality out instruments are specified the world over and will be enjoyed long after we retire.
Plus we’re very lucky to be doing what we love! Take a look at some of the guys doing what they do best.
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