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Stomp Up Front has produced shows and team-building workshops for large as well as small companies over the past ten years. Here are just some of our client experiences.
Thanks for coming to Finland. We all felt very strongly that it was a great event - thanks for bringing that energy to us with you! We really enjoyed it and it matched to the theme of our event day perfectly.
Thank you for your generosity, and the role you played in the success of the United Hearts Foundation Gala.
I really enjoyed it. Everyone came out of the comfort zone when not knowing what was going to happen and playing a new "instrument", and then bringing everyone together playing as a team. Big impact with simple things! It was a great idea to finish our day with something completely different and very energetic, after sitting and listening most of the day. In addition, your energy and enthusiasm really got us all going, plus you were extremely funny... and seemed to know what all of us were thinking.
People really enjoyed it. It was just what we needed after a day full of speeches.
Stomp Up Front has provided team-building activities, workshops and shows for almost 50,000 people. That is why we know how important it is to ensure that an activity involving employees, managers, international visitors or any other large or small groups is of the highest quality. We create successes because we listen to the client’s requirements. We use our considerable professional expertise and commitment to incorporate these requirements into our powerful rhythmic universe.
Stomp Up Front picks up any gauntlet and has therefore – obviously – set a Guinness World Record for the world’s largest stomp. The performance team, which comprises Nikolaj Bloch, Henrik Mandrup and Peter Glahn, have played at the X Factor final, tailor-made a stomp show at which Queen Margrethe II was guest of honour, quality-tested IKEA’s kitchenware and furniture at live shows in Odense and Aalborg and performed at many other exciting events.
Stomp Up Front was set up by Peter Glahn (who has an MA in Education and Psychology) in 2007 because he wanted to use team building and shows to get rhythm out into the populace. Many people in Denmark believe that music and rhythm is reserved for people with a musical education or for people who possess a special musical talent. Far too often, we hear people say: “I have no rhythm”. Stomp Up Front challenges this belief with its more than 600 completed team events that prove that this is simply not true. Music and rhythm are for everyone – it is just about providing the right framework to ensure that it becomes an empowering, successful, stimulating and rewarding experience. Stomp Up Front is managed by Peter Glahn in close cooperation with a permanent staff of performers and instructors, psychologists and development consultants. Stomp Up Front does not do rhythm for rhythm’s sake, but uses rhythm as a tool and a means to create intensive, energetic, stimulating and entertaining events.