Roni Porat is a leader in his native Israel in the arena of creativity and innovation on the concert stage. He’s a frequent guest composer and conductor for the world-renowned Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also invited to conduct his leadership seminars and lectures entitled “Conducting Success”, for different audiences including government agencies, private companies and more.
In his “Conducting Success” presentation, Roni shares his insights about the structure of the Symphony Orchestra as an Organization which is creating artistic “products”. Audience can learn how great conductors manage and lead. Viewing and analyzing conductors in action during concerts and rehearsals. Learning from them how they communicate with their “Human instrument” – the living orchestra. How they inspire, entice, affect and convince the musicians to follow their musical vision.
Watch Roni’s videos below and find out what he means by “What doesn’t come from the heart won’t reach the heart.”
Roni Porat is a man of many talents. He is an orchestra conductor, composer, interdisciplinary artist, scriptwriter, actor, double bass player, lecturer, radio host, coach and presenter of leadership seminars. His exceptional abilities to communicate naturally with a variety of age groups and sectors streams from being a traveler and performer all over Europe for the past 10 years.
Aside from being at the forefront of Israel’s creativity and concert stage scene, Roni Porat has also been invited to bring his leadership lectures called “Conducting Success” to different government agencies and private companies. His other presentations include:
- Ravel’s “Bolero” and our habits – how changes in private habits can bring about results in the “habits of the organization”
- “Beethoven’s 5th” – building “motifs” and identity towards “the symphony of our lives” on a personal level, and the strength of the organization
- Stanislavsky’s “Rite of Sprint” – exercise on group’s cooperation and group leadership to be able to execute something considered to be complex