Henley South Africa launches Slaves to the Rhythm business and music workshop

26 June 2015

Henley South Africa launches Slaves to the Rhythm business and music workshop

Henley South Africa launches Slaves to the Rhythm business and music workshop

Slaves to the Rhythm, in partnership with Henley Business School Africa, is a new concept in edutainment performed by two internationally acclaimed musicians – Barry van Zyl, drummer for the Johnny Clegg band and Josh Hawks, bassist for Freshlyground.

It is positioned as an innovation workshop that links music, narrative, audience participation, history, humour and insider stories in an energetic performance that addresses creativity in business. Both Josh and Barry have performed worldwide with some of the biggest names in music. The aim of the ‘Slave to the Rhythm’ programme is to stimulate business minds to think creatively and to take a different path from the traditional realm of business and education.

Read the full story on the Henley South Africa website.