To understand music, you must listen to it. But so long as you are thinking , ‘I am listening to this music,’ you are not listening.
Alan W. Watts
Alan W. Watts
There are a number of possibilities available to businesses and agencies for stimulating organizational development in response to changes in society and in the face of economic pressures. Why should you give special consideration to an “artistic intervention”?
This is an unconventional approach where people from the arts bring their talents, skills and tools into an organizations with the purpose of triggering or supporting change for the individual, group, or whole organization.
We partner with a number of highly professional Canadian orchestras and musicians and so, we can offer different qualities of music and rhythm to our clients.
Bringing people, processes, and products from an unfamiliar culture like that of the arts helps to stimulate personal or collective development in the workplace. It breaks routines and challenges established mindsets. This works for any type of organization, whether it be for-profit, non-profit, government or education.
Our workshops also help participating orchestras and local music charities. They are sponsored and financially supported either directly by our clients or by our own company.
Enriching Organizations through Arts Based Learning