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Conductor & Business Consultant

Speaker Snapshot
  • Reinvented himself as a “conductor of people” after a long career as an orchestral conductor in Israel
  • Has spoken at TEDGlobal, Google’s ZeitGeist, DLD Conference and the World Economic Forum
  • Made his international conducting debut in 1987 in a special concert with the Orchestre de Paris alongside Maestro Leonard Bernstein
  • The first Israeli conductor to perform with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Leipzig Opera 
Biography
Conductor & Business Consultant

Itay Talgam is an orchestral conductor turned into ‘conductor of people’ – be it in in government, academia, business, education, therapy - anywhere the creation of human harmony through cooperation is desired.

Itay was keynote speaker to many of the world’s leading conferences, including TED Global, Google’s ZeitGeist, DLD, and the World Economic Forum. His talks, based of continuous dialogue, has been experienced either directly or online by millions of participants and viewers. His program focuses on helping everyday people develop a musician's sense of collaboration and a conductor's sense of leadership.

Itay sees himself as a disciple of his great teacher, Leonard Bernstein. His international conducting debut took place in 1987, when he was chosen and presented by Maestro Bernstein in a special concert, conducting the Orchestre de Paris, Bernstein himself conducting the second half of the same concert.

Since that highly successful performance, Talgam conducted many orchestras in Europe, being the first Israeli conductor to perform with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Leipzig Opera house. He also conducted and recorded with all of Israel’s major orchestras, including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

A native of Tel-Aviv, Itay Talgam received his Artist Diploma in conducting from the Jerusalem Rubin Academy. He then studied in France, Italy, and the U.S. He is also a graduate of General Philosophy studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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