May 08, 2012
KMCMUSICORP EMPLOYEES ENJOY TEAM-BUILDING WITH TOCA PERCUSSION DRUM CLINIC
KMCMusicorp recently participated in a Toca Percussion drum circle and experienced the uplifting power of team building through rhythm.
Led by Nina Rodriguez, the passionate and engaging drum circle facilitator, Toca clinician and Grammy-winning musical percussionist, KMCMusicorp employees enjoyed an inspiring conference room drum session. Using Toca djembes, employees played together successfully creating music and having fun, and in turn increasing synergy, camaraderie, and building communication.
In team-building sessions across the country Rodriguez uses Toca Freestyle Djembes, Djun Djuns, Timbales, Congas, Cajon and a variety of hand percussion. “The authenticity, tone, pitch and extreme attention to detail set these drums apart from all the rest. Played simply with bare hands they can produce a resounding bass, a crisp slap and a beautiful warm tone,” she explains. Rodriguez’s interactive audiences love the Toca Freestyle Djembes. “Their unique colorful designs and lightweight durable construction make them a perfect fit for any drumming participant.” Whether the clients are from a fortune 500 company, or an elementary school, attendees unanimously enjoy Rodriguez’s motivating presentation and the experience of beating their hands on a drum to create a synchronized rhythm. The collaborative nature of this team-building exercise is demonstrative of sharing a common language, and participants benefit from the creative thinking it stimulates, and the cooperation it encourages.