About this event

Team Drum is a true one-team experience.  You must all listen carefully, know where you fit in and keep playing to the same song sheet. And you don't need a musical bone in your body! 

The raw sounds of Latin-American percussion are irresistible and identifiable. The Samba,  the Cha-Cha and other tunes all evoke images of celebration and happiness – it's great music. Led by our percussion maestro Andreas Lepper, you and your team will create this wonderful music together.

It doesn’t matter if you have never hit a drum before, Andreas and our team will guide you through the event, expertly coaching, teaching and providing your team with a unique musical experience. 

We will provide all the instruments you could possibly need, some of which you may have never seen before! We start by teaching easy to learn patterns, then we slowly introduce a few more patterns and before long you are playing together as a band. The event will extend people in many ways and support the aim of everyone working together collaboratively.

In this event, your whole team stays together as one large team. The activity draws reference to the importance as listening to each other while all working together to a single objective or outcome. It brings to life the saying “the whole is greater than the sum of the individual parts”.

Event details

Snapshot: A fun, focused percussion session designed for non-musicians. Focus on teamwork, collaboration and working together to achieve a single team outcome!

Duration:  1 to 2 hours (flexible)

Participants: Minimum of 6 people

Location: Your choice of venue in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton, Rotorua, Tauranga, Taupo, Palmerston North, Dunedin, Queenstown, Wanaka, New Plymouth or anywhere in New Zealand

Client review

"It was thoroughly exhilarating and we are having discussions within our team we have never had before...we have been blown away by the fact we can do something spontaneous and non verbal and that it can be a great success...and everyone took part!"

Lynne Whitney, Ministry of Education, New Zealand