Musical Team Building Inspiration

Music really is a universal language that is able to reach out and engage with people. Musical team building helps all participants exercise communication skills as they tap into a common energy that breaks down barriers and inspires unity. Musical challenges stimulate  and promote creative risk-taking within a team.

Our Musical Team Building challenges will get participants to working together, becoming at ease around each other and engaging in a common purpose. When you use music and rhythm as your inspiration, participants will be motivated by what they achieve as well as having some genuine fun.

We’ll work closely with you to customize your activity so it reflects your goals and ideas. We like to be flexible, we love to help you succeed. You will be amazed by what your team can achieve with our incredible music and rhythm events.

Musical Team Building Activities

Have a look at some of the selected activities below that all have a musical or rhythmic idea behind them.  Remember no music talent is needed but the collective sound made by your group will create a true and wonderful sense of team!

The Vocal Power Challenge

This is a fabulous high energy team team building activity perfect for any requirement from a 1 hour energiser at a conference to a full day’s team building and everything in between

See how this vocal challenge could be good for you >>

Boomwhacker Challenge

A superb team activity ideal for energisers, conference break-outs or stand alone team building sessions. Boomwhackers are brightly coloured plastic tubes which make unique polyphonic music and the results are truly incredible.

See more on this challenge >>

The Rhythm Challenge

The Rhythm Challenge is a unique, fun, high-energy team activity based on one of the most ancient and powerful forms of communication – music and drumming

Find out more  here >>

There are other musical team building ideas on this site and we are constantly developing and adding new one’s but if you can’t see what you want – call us anyway because we’ll be happy to create one specifically for you.

 

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