Team Musicare’s inception can be traced back to the early months of 2020 when Brisbane native Dan Nebe responded to the global onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. As a member of the Arts community, Nebe, like many others, faced the sudden loss of income. However, far from accepting a state of inertia, he leveraged his extensive 30-year experience in the entertainment industry to take proactive action.
Embracing his entrepreneurial spirit, Nebe seized the opportunity to launch a music program tailored for the disability community – a project he had been nurturing for some time. Setting up operations within a friend’s studio, Nebe’s venture garnered immediate attention and interest. The word spread rapidly, resulting in a remarkable influx of clients.
Reflecting on the journey, Nebe recalls, “It’s quite surreal to contemplate the transition from having just one client dedicating three hours a week initially, to now serving over 130 clients.” This growth trajectory underscores the significance of Team Musicare’s impact.
From humble beginnings, Team Musicare has evolved into an enterprise with six operational studios manned by a dedicated team of twenty. The progression has been so significant that Team Musicare has proudly established its purpose-built studios in the Clontarf Industrial estate, signifying both a testament to its mission’s success and a new chapter in its remarkable journey.