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Simple, scalable team-building fun which uses the human voice to strengthen teams, boost creativity & innovation, and super-charge your organisation’s health and well-being.


How would a Keynotes Team Singing session benefit my business?

Team Building

We can bring your team closer than ever, strengthening bonds, improving communication, and increasing productivity.

Employee Engagement

We can help you rediscover the joy of working together, and ensure your team can’t wait to get back to the office.

Health & Well-Being

Singing together is a proven way to relieve stress and fatigue, increase energy, and release oxytocin and endorphines into your system, making you feel great.


  • Group singing, for teams of any size.
  • Simple, no prior learning or skills required.
  • Friendly, relaxed, fun.
  • Tailored to your team.
  • Emphasis on ENJOYMENT, not EXCELLENCE!


ANYONE can be involved

No skills required

Judgement-free zone!

Suitable for companies, communities and teams of 10 – 100.

All ages


Strengthen bonds and relationships amongst team members

Increase creative thought and innovation

Build trust and engagement

Improve communication

Break down hierarchical barriers

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.

Neale Donald Walsch

"Conversations With God"


Improve mental and physical health

Reduce stress

Improved posture

Improved cognitive functioning

Enhanced memory recall

Singing calms the heart and boosts endorphin levels. It improves lung function. It increases pain thresholds and reduces the need for pain medication

Daniel H Pink

"When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing"


Engage and energise your staff with a one-off workshop session. Great for new teams, and brand launches

Build towards a common goal with a quarter, half, or full year program. Perfect to build team cohesion and community

Improve the health and well-being of your employees, and strengthen your company culture with a regular, in-house program

From Our Clients

Don’t take our word for it. Check out what some of our previous clients say about their Keynotes Team Singing experience:

The Keynotes program has been an excellent way for us to make connections across departments in our organisation. It has been a great way for staff to engage with each other in a relaxed and joyful environment, and has ultimately helped focus on work.”

Ophelia Hopkins

Scotch College

If your aim was to bring a random collection of people together, start to get to know each other, have some fun and make some lovely music together, then I reckon you’re achieving that. “

Alex Murfett

Bacchus Marsh Hospital

BRILLIANT job engaging the entire crowd and providing an unforgettable (for all the right reasons) experience. Very much appreciated and I hope you might consider a repeat performance next year

Rob Mulholland

Macedon Ranges Dad's Club Festivus

“These guys really get a crowd up and making some great sounds. Can’t recommend more highly!”

Matthew Wigzell

Patersons Securities Limited


Singing with fellow employees reduces work stress, research suggests

– The Irish Times

What Happens Inside Us When We Sing?


Study: Memories of music cannot be lost to Alzheimer’s and dementia

– Big Think

Choir singing improves health, happiness – and is the perfect icebreaker

– Oxford University

What Singing In A Choir Teaches Us About Teamwork

– Fast Company

Can singing give you a natural high?


Why your Company Should Start an Employee Choir Immediately

– Chorus Connection

Benefits of group singing for community mental health and wellbeing

– Vic Health

Music to our ears! Work choirs can ease job stress and make people feel less lonely, say researchers

– Daily Mail

What choral singing can teach us about leadership

– Quartz at Work

This choir features singers with dementia

– The Washington Post

Lifting the tone: How singing at work can tune up a workplace

– Public Service News


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