Benjamin Zander

Speaker Ben Zander motivational and inspirational keynotes

Benjamin Zander

Speaker Ben Zander motivational and inspirational keynotes

Speaker: Benjamin Zander

Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic, Co-Author, The Art of Possibility

Speech Topics Include:

  • The Art of Possibility

Inspirational speaker Benjamin Zander is the conductor of The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and a guest conductor around the world. With London’s famed Philharmonia Orchestra, he is recording the complete cycle of Mahler symphonies for Telarc, recordings which have been received with extraordinary critical acclaim and several awards. Their latest recording of Bruckner’s 5th Symphony was nominated for a 2010 Grammy, and has received critical acclaim both for the performance and Zander’s now famous full-length disc explaining the music for the lay listener. They recorded their next release, Mahler’s 2nd Symphony, in January 2012 and it is scheduled for release later this year.

As a speaker Benjamin Zander’s presentation takes an audience on a journey that offers a startling new perspective on leadership. Through stories, music and concepts it causes a radical shift in perception. This is not a speech, it is an experience!

In this new model of leadership, the conductor sees his job as awakening possibility in others. The orchestra is a group of highly trained individuals poised to coalesce into an effective whole. Passion, creativity and the desire to contribute are basic human instincts to be released.

World famous conductor, speaker Benjamin Zander uses the metaphor of the orchestra and a life-time of experience conducting, coaching and teaching musicians to work his magic to overcome barriers to corporate productivity. This presentation sources fundamental changes in organizations.

The Art of Possibility

Motivational speaker Benjamin Zander uses the metaphor of the orchestra and the role of the conductor to highlight his own perspective on leadership and the creative process. He challenges audiences to cast off roadblocks to their own creative instincts in order to broaden their own perception of personal potential.