Production of percussion shows and workshops


Experience the
Transformative Power
of Rhythm.


Malicounda offers team-building sessions and corporate events that are fun and invigorating. Inspire and unify your team with activities fostering creativity and motivating the team spirit of employees. Our activities are tailored to the needs and objectives of your organization. No musical experience is required.

Malicounda aims to bring out the best in a team so that its members can collaborate effectively to creatively solve problems.  By working together in a different context, drum circles promote self-development, positive communication, and leadership skills.

Individuals quickly become part of a group with a common goal as the team invents their rhythm structure and becomes a single unit drumming together.

With a little attention, we realize very quickly that rhythm is all around us. Working in rhythm with others improves productivity, focus, and group outcomes. The essence of teamwork is unity. 

Let’s make this experience unforgettable with the power of music! 


The success of a drum circle is based on listening to others. To achieve communication objectives, listening is the key to success. Among other benefits, the participants will have the opportunity to de-stress while stimulating their imagination.


Experience the transformative power of rhythm during your next holiday office party, retreat, or before a meeting!

A drum circle is an invigorating and unique experience accessible to all. These sessions are a perfect fit for an office party or retreat and can be fit into any timeframe. In addition, Malicounda can provide a percussion performance with your staff volunteers guided by the Malicounda team!

Malicounda programs facilitate a deeper connection and a sense of playfulness among employees. A great way to start a new year, build consensus around shared goals, or to celebrate accomplishments.

During the sessions, Malicounda encourages and inspires each participant to make their own rhythm contribution to the group activities using drums and other instruments from around the world.

Consider a drum circle session as part of your conference or social event or at the beginning of your meeting or professional development session. It can be customized as a 30-60 minute, half-day or full-day session. We have many options from which you can choose or we can tailor a program to perfectly meet your needs. Enjoyment guaranteed.


  • Drumming

    • Drumming enhances the ability to focus the mind and release stress. It also activates multiple brain systems.
    • Drumming increases self-esteem and results in a sense of empowerment and enhanced ability to focus.
    • Drumming allows people to recognize new possibilities and discover the natural talent that is inherent in everybody.
  • Enjoyment

    • Beating the drum is fun, exciting, and freeing. It is accessible to all. The shared experience of a large or small group exploring and creating rhythm together is a really fun way to get to know your fellow workers, break down inhibitions, and release tension. A drum circle is a unique experience.
  • Music

    • Music motivates participants to participate in a group activity and usually produces a positive emotional response.
    • Music engages a variety of learning styles, integrates multiple human intelligences, and creates a communal experience.
    • Playing music helps participants develop self-esteem, as they feel a sense of accomplishment in producing a rhythm or melody.
  • Rhythm

    • Music and rhythm access your brain through your emotions.
    •  The rhythm helps to increase motivation, interest, and enjoyment.
    • Rhythm helps to develop brain waves. The body has a natural rhythm and when the participants hear the external rhythm it makes them feel in harmony and synchronized. It makes them feel balanced.


No matter what sound we make, we can all get on the same wavelength! Teamwork equals success.

Daniel Joubert, , Quebec

Gradually we are carried away by the rhythm of the drums, we let ourselves be tempted by curious instruments, we tap, we scratch, we shake, and at the end, we want more!

Camille VeronExecutive Director, Association of Francophones of Nanaimo