Music has the power to transform, inspire, move and motivate us. ‘Hands on’ creates an uplifting drumming session where anyone can participate without prior musical knowledge or experience.
When a group learns to make music together, it creates a powerful synergy and immediately forges strong relationships among the participants. As the music comes alive, so the communication of the team members comes alive: they develop a common language and skills that carry them way beyond the drumming experience.
For your next function, rather than just watching a performance, why not get up there yourself?
‘Hands on’ provides a range of drumming workshops - from team-building, planning days, sales conferences, product launches to any kind of celebration - for any occasion. If you want your event to be memorable, innovative & fun you can't go past Mabeth and Hands on Drumming.
Call us today on 06 2134 7807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How does it work?
The event starts with an introduction to the drums and percussion instruments. Using the two simple principles of a successful team – a common vision and effective communication – we build up an orchestra of music that inspires and energises people straight away.
Each event is customised according to your specific needs. The importance of your group working as a community is stressed throughout the session. All participants are given a drum or percussion instrument and a facilitator conducts the group through a journey of music. The goal is always to highlight the importance of co-operation and team spirit. We use lots of different musical instruments and facilitation techniques so we really engage everybody.
You choose the venue, ‘hands on drumming’ provides a wide range of hand drums and percussion instruments.
Workshops usually last from 45 minutes to 2 hours but we can spend a whole afternoon on an event with performances and other team-building processes.
We can customise workshops to cater for five to 75 participants.
Prices are individually assessed depending on the number of participants in your group, your preferred location and time frame.