What We Do
Happy productive employees mean a successful business.
We bring music into the workplace by managing office choirs, instrument tuition, and bespoke music-led workshops and events designed to engage, energise, and inspire.
Music lessons are a very popular employee benefit.
They can attract the best talent and help to retain your staff.
Having this opportunity offers a creative outlet in the working day, and unearths hidden talent amongst your employees, bringing music into the culture of your workplace.
A large proportion of the Music in Offices teachers are graduates from some of the world’s most celebrated music colleges and conservatories.
We’re proud to support this amazing talent at an exciting stage in their careers.
If you’re interested in introducing music tuition to your organisation, speak to our Tuition Manager, Catrin who can provide you all the information you need.
Contact our Tuition Manager, Catrin.
We provide bespoke music-led workshops that bring teams together.
During our workshops participants learn new ways to communicate with one another, helping them create a tighter-knit team.
Participants leave our workshops feeling united, empowered and energised to face the challenges ahead.
Workshops are designed to meet the challenges your teams are currently facing.
Sessions typically consist of warm up games, sound exploration, rounds, part-singing and call-and-response exercises.
Research shows that singing in a choir boosts well-being, creating last impact by breaking down workplace silos and promoting a sense of collaboration across teams and levels.
We set-up and run a number of workplace choirs and run the Music in Offices Choir of the Year competition. Who doesn’t get motivated by a little bit of gentle inter-organisation competitive spirit?
Our choirs range from 6-40 members, are led by professional conductors and musicians, and typically rehearse either before or after work, or during the lunch hour.
Fancy becoming an harmonious employer and starting a workplace choir? Contact Tessa to find out more.