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We have been motivated to find a material that is stable in dry environments, and can now offer players further protection with joints made entirely from synthetic materials. They are carefully chosen for their acoustic properties, and are: · Reliable … Continue reading
September; our bank holidays have gone, our summer cools off and our children go back to school. Some hopeful and festively optimistic souls are even beginning their countdown to Christmas. Here at Howarth of London seven brave staff members have … Continue reading
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Congratulations to Oboist, and Howarth Artist, Julia Marie DeRosa, a student of The Juilliard School of Music, who is the First Place winner of the National Society of Arts and Letters 2014 National Woodwinds Competition, where she was awarded $10,000. The … Continue reading
“A new sound for Howarth…” Howarth of London are proud to introduce the Howarth XM, a prestige oboe which fulfils the demands and expectations of the world’s finest players. The Howarth XM continues the tradition of the acclaimed XL oboe, … Continue reading
The Howarth Junior oboe is our ‘starter’ instrument, designed especially to allow younger children to make the best start. Too often the oboe is characterised by being complicated and difficult, especially for beginners who can be put off playing this … Continue reading
Read a new article by Celia Craig interviewing Gordon Hunt in preparation for the Australia Tour 2012. The Australasian Double Reed Society (ADRS) in partnership with Richard Craig and Howarth of London accompanied by world-renowned oboist Gordon Hunt will be … Continue reading