Avi Taler is an Israeli conductor with extensive training and experience in orchestral and choral conducting. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel-Aviv University, and a Master of Music degree in choral conducting from the same institution. In 2020, he graduated from the Royal College of Music in London, where he was mentored by leading conductors and conducted several performing ensembles and orchestras.
Avi has worked with a wide range of orchestras and performing ensembles, including the Karlovy-Vary Symphony Orchestra, Ashdod Symphony Orchestra, and the Royal College of Music Symphony and Philharmonic Orchestras. He has also held various educational positions, including conducting advanced municipal youth concert bands and choirs in Israel.
Avi was shortlisted for the finals of the Lanyi International Conducting Competition and Only Stage Conducting Competition. He was also awarded an Enterprise Award by the Royal Philharmonic Society for creating a unique remote performing ensemble called ResoNova Ensemble, which will make its debut performance on 15th August.
Recently, Avi made his debut performance at the Royal Albert Hall, conducting over 1,100 London pupils, performing an original piece called “Music Makes Me”, a special collaboration between the Tri-Borough Music Hub, the Royal College of Music and the English National Opera.