Rhythm Interactive is a new, fun and exciting conference and incentive activity, hugely successful in Europe and Australia and now available in New Zealand. Here your team gets to experience the magic of making their own music through the use of hand drums and percussion instruments.
Rhythm Interactive has performed over 1500 interactive percussion shows since 2002, both internationally and throughout NZ and is the ultimate way to add the total WOW factor to your next event.
Rhythm Interactive is a fully interactive facilitated percussion performance, where each delegate in the audience is given an African styled hand drum to perform along with the Rhythm Interactive team.
Uplifting, fun and inspiring, Rhythm Interactive is the perfect icebreaker or a refreshing interlude during your conference. Rhythm Interactive is a facilitated drum event, where your people get the chance to experience the magic of making their own music. No musical experience is required, anyone can do it!
Rhythm Interactive travels to your venue anywhere in NZ to transform your conference into a musical arena.
Rhythm Interactive caters for groups sizes from 20 to 2500 persons and their interactive icebreaker show can be anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes dependant on time allowance. They also offer 2 to 4 hour percussion teambuilding workshops which can be filmed, recorded and presented later after the workshop. Let your team's creativity shine through making music together as one.
Rhythm Interactive are the 2009 winner of best nationwide entertainment, 2013 TEDx Queenstown presenter, 2014 TEDx Auckland presenter.
Uplifting, fun and inspiring, Rhythm Interactive is the perfect icebreaker or a refreshing interlude during your conference. It is great fun and the ideal activity to break down corporate, racial and language barriers.
Rhythm Interactive Drum Show
Rhythm Interactive - Showcase 2015
Rhythm Interactive was a great ice-breaker and they got everyone involved. ... keep reading ASB Bank
It was fanastic! Everyone loved it!
Rhythm Interactive were wonderful. The audience loved them.