A cajon, or wooden box, is rooted in ancient Afro-Peruvian culture. Sonically suitable to be repurposed into an instrument, the “box” offered a means of instrumentation where there was none. In our new program offering, we join together with attendees to craft individual cajon instruments. This DIY activity is meaningful and purposeful and engages the program participants in a much more personal way.
Our expert facilitator(s) and professional musicians drum your group into their virtual rooms and then engage in a pulse-pounding 5- to 10-minute performance. Individuals, (who have been sent a DIY cajon) are shown how to construct their cajons and decorate them. Once the cajons are designed and ready, the 30-45 minute facilitated interactive jam session begins.
This session is filled with high-impact messaging and knowledge transfer. Our facilitators are an extension of your team – internalizing company goals and helping them be better aligned and more unified as a whole.
DIY Cajons and paint sticks will be sent to one location to be distributed to participants