“Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand. With an equal opportunity for all to sing, dance and clap their hands.”
– Stevie Wonder
Unite your workplace through ‘Your Song’ – the office band experience! In this half-day event, your team will work with our professional musicians to write and perform their own pop song.
Your teams will train with our highly experienced musicians to finesse their singing, songwriting and performing skills. They’ll be accompanied by professionals on various instruments who will help bring their creations to life!
Through this experience, you’ll learn about expression, musicality, rhythm and performance skills. Of course, you’ll learn a whole lot more about your team-mates in the process!
This programme bonds a team together as they go through the life-changing process of writing, rehearsing and performing their own song together.
Hour 1: Meet the Mentors + Warm Up.
The Master of Ceremonies will explain how the day will work and introduce our musicians. Your team will learn about the performers and each other before breaking off into smaller teams who will each be assigned a musician as a mentor and collaborator. Before breaking off into groups, everyone will warm up with one big sing-a-long as a large choir to a karaoke classic.
Hours 2-4: Creative Hub – writing and rehearsing
Under the guidance of their mentor, each team will work together to write their new pop song. They will then rehearse their song and get ready for their performance. Participants are encouraged to bring their song to life by adding any dance-moves or other performance tricks to really boost the show.
Hour 4 Showtime
The MC introduces each team who will perform their song to an audience of their peers (who we expect to cheer and hollar with encouragement).
Optional drinks follow – the team can all recap on their favourite moments and talk about the things they’ve learned about their colleagues by writing songs together.
Those in your team who have an existing musical ability are encouraged to bring a instrument of their choice. This is not required, everyone will be able to get involved, regardless of their musical ability.