Going for a Song Overview
Going for a Song is a creative musical event in which harmonicas are used to create an energising song!
Participants will be taken on an entertaining musical journey, exploring various rhythms and harmonica notes along the way in this captivating session.
Whilst the song is taught and prescribed by our musical facilitator, improvisation is also encouraged as delegates prepare for their grand finale performance.
And when all is done, delegates get to keep their harmonicas!
We offer options for branding the harmonicas or cases with the organisation's logo and/or conference's tagline.
30 - 60 mins
Indoors or Outdoors
FACE TO FACE events
For SOCIAL DISTANCED
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No App Integration
The Virtual GFAS package brings your online conference to life with blues harmonicas!
Prior to the event date, we will send you all the harmonicas that are to be distributed to the guests expected at online meeting/conference. Our operations team will work with you to assist with arrangements and to ensure this process can be done in the simplest way.
On the day of the event, our lead facilitator will open the session with a catchy harmonica solo leading to a short track that will have all attendees tapping the feet and raring to go in no time!
Guests will then be shown some of the fundamentals of the playing the harmonica, how to hold the instrument, a few memorable rhythmic patterns and some choreography too!
The facilitator will tell a story as part of the presentation as the session progresses towards a grand finale where all guests will perform together to a specially written track.
Participants get to keep their harmonica when it's all done so they can continue to enjoy experiment with their sound and song!
Virtual GFAS can be delivered on most video conferencing platforms that offer a "grid" or "gallery" view feature. This will enable guests to see each other performing adding to the engagement and immersive aspect of the event.
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