Stone Ridge, NY (PRWEB) December 20, 2007
For the past eight years, Face The Music has been challenging corporate employees and executives all over the world to write and perform their own original songs with the Face The Music band in lively, highly interactive musical events.
These experiential sessions get Face The Music clients identifying issues, expressing their ideas and feelings around them, and getting energized to DO something about them via follow-up Beyond the Blues workout sessions. These workouts are where participants discuss, brainstorm, and initiate plans to improve the company's culture and bottom line, dealing with the issues the work-related songs reveal -- a totally innovative team building workshop.
Face The Music has been featured on CNN and has traveled all over the world in order to bring this interactive musical approach of business consulting to such companies as Bank of America, Panasonic, JPMorganChase, Moen, GE, Pfizer, Daimler, and Sanofi-Aventis, among many others.
The Face The Music band is composed of savvy business consultants and top-notch professional musicians who have worked with such musical luminaries as Moby, Janet Jackson, Queen Latifah, James Cotton, Buddy Guy, and Jane Siberry, and provided musical scores for television programs (such as MTV's Real Life) as well as for commercials.
And now, everyone can see how this creative, team building songwriting process really works via the new Face the Music DVD that features video clips from FTM performances and a step-by-step run-through of the FTM experience itself.
Although it is designed as an informational piece for prospective Face The Music clients, the clips are entertaining in their own right, as when the General Mills executive dressed as Elvis croons a take-off of Elvis' hit "In the Ghetto" called "In the NewCo."
"And the Doughboy cries…."
About Face The Music
Face The Music is a business consulting firm out of New York that offers a highly innovative approach to team building workshops through musical expression -- with excellent results. Face The Music asks, “If your work is your song, what song are you singing today?” Please visit http://www.facethemusicblues.com to find out more.