Testimonials from Our Band Facilitators
Every moment spent with Team Music has been immensely fruitful for me – both in learning and coaching. With Team Music, I’ve received mentoring to help me become a better musician, communicator and coach. I’m thankful for the many opportunities to get out of my comfort zone, and to do new things that I never thought I could do before! I love that I get to connect with people – both participants and fellow facilitators – and to learn from the constant exchange of ideas and experiences. While helping others to learn something new, I experience growth myself. There isn’t a moment where I stop learning and growing! If you’re looking for a positive and constructive experience, look no further!
Reuel, 26, TM Facilitator
Team Music, there’s only one way I would describe it… Amazing. Working with Team Music has actually changed my life! I used to be a very shy person, so I’ve always been dealing with stage fright. Talking to a crowd makes me feel stressed and nervous so when I perform with my band as a vocalist, I felt that it would be an issue for me. However, after joining Team Music, I slowly gained more confidence in myself. Oh! And I never thought that hundreds of people could play music together as a rock band! It’s been great experiences over and over again, thank you Team Music!
Mirud, 25, TM Facilitator
I have been working as a facilitator for Team Music for about a year and it has been a great journey. The program has trained me to play a variety of musical instruments that I otherwise would not have the opportunity to learn. As the saying goes, “Music is the universal language of mankind”. What I enjoy most is getting to meet and teach people from all walks of life and diverse backgrounds. For most of our participants, it is probably the first time they are playing an instrument. It is rewarding to observe them let go of their inhibitions and have fun learning to play the instruments while working together with other new musicians as a band. That’s the miracle of music!
Fay, 45, TM Facilitator
A great way for musicians to earn while doing what you enjoy. It is fun to meet like-minded individuals on the job, as well as facilitate team-building for corporate clients through music. This part-time job also allows one to be exposed to other instruments besides those already familiar with. All in all, a good experience if you love music and are looking for a part-time/freelance job.
-Joycelyn, 25, Enjoys music
Team Music has given me the opportunity to be able to explore the possibilities of my potential. I have always had the passion for music and cinematography and to be a facilitator here is the best of both worlds. From teaching and playing the drums and other instruments to documenting the events, I feel that I have improved my skills as a music and film enthusiast.
Hady, 22, Media Production
Personally, being a music facilitator at Team Music has been a rewarding and fun experience. Not only it allows me to work alongside musical instruments of which I love, but also meeting like-minded people who shares the passion for music. Seeing the smiles of everyone’s faces at the end of every event makes me feel the sense of achievement, that we are able to spread happiness through the power of music. At Team Music, I was also given much exposure to musical instruments beyond my knowledge. This allows me to learn and grow along the way, being more musically versatile. Therefore, I would like to extend my gratitude and appreciation to Team Music for giving me this wonderful experience! –
Dilys Goh, 18, Student at Singapore Polytechnic
Many believe that music is a talent only granted to some but truthfully it was given to everyone. As a facilitator, I get the exhilarating opportunity to help others realise that they too can learn a new skill and play music. To work with music is an absolute joy and to be able to share it with others takes it beyond fulfilling. To play together as a band symbolises the synergy that is necessary in any great team. Thank you to Daniel for his absurdly brilliant programme that leaves me speechless even after countless events.
Tamara, 23, Aspiring Musician
We are looking for energetic, friendly and compassionate Freelance Band Facilitators who have a great learning and work attitude.
1) Able to commit to 1 hour Training.
2) Able to commit to learning on the job.
3) Preferably have some musical experience and any form of teaching experience.
2) Dress code in Team Music smart attire
3) Setup & teardown our sound & musical equipment
4) Synchronise with other Band facilitators
5) Teach beginners to learn and perform on their musical instruments