Do the harmony
in your company ?
it's in our strings
Create link in our company But, how to do ? For over 30 years, the Annesci Quartet has been developing an exclusive approach towards behaviour shifts and increased awareness in order to create harmony within teams, generating a feeling of collective well-being and synergy.
When planning seminars
Whether you are planning a seminar, a conference, a team building or incentive management event, a managerial meeting or a team bonding workshop, you will find our classical music-based method founded totally new and effective.
An original approach towards management.
Innovative modules for managers seeking to establish a role model and breed unity within teams. A shared experience inspired by our personal encounters with well-known charismatic conductors, who prompted us to follow them in their vision. Here, the Annesci Quartet gives you the baton. It’s your turn to express authenticity and conviction, and assess your potential impact on the group?
How can you improve communication and well-being within the team? How can you build harmony? How can you improve the spirit of belonging? Our Quartet will bring you all to understand how the personal contribution of each one benefits the whole. Our methodical approach helps generate ideas, exploit individual differences and develop awareness, fluidity, synergy and harmony.
Effective listening is yet another outcome from theAnnesci Quartetworkshop.
Unity in diversity
Thanks to his talent, Patrick Robin was able to express what is important to us: unity in diversity. Unity, because these four instruments come from the same tree. Diversity, because Patrick Robin was inspired by four former masters with different personalities: Stradivarius, Guarnerius, Amati and Goffriller.
Four different characters from the same tree whose essence gives rise to a pure and unique vibration. A vibration that carries us away, the Annesci Quartet vibration. And maybe you’ll hear that old maple tree whispering in your ear when our quartet plays before you…