Mélanie Lévy-Thiébaut: conductor and speaker addressing the psychology of orchestras in the corporate world
A conductor for 30 years, Mélanie Lévy-Thiébaut has been interested in the psychology of orchestras as well as the jobs and anguish of musicians.
She learns to gain the trust and respect of the entire orchestra to deliver a symphonic performance that conveys cohesion and harmony while retaining the personality of each musician. She is especially interested in the other, so that the performance, at the time of the concert, is fluid and natural.
Her lectures are focused on the human, and address various business topics in depth, in an interactive and funny atmosphere.