Yaron Traub

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Yaron Traub (Hebrew: ירון טראוב‎ born 1964) is an Israeli conductor and pianist. He was born in Tel Aviv.[1]

Traub was Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Valencia Orchestra from 2005 to 2017.[2] Throughout the 1990s he served as Daniel Barenboim's assistant at the Bayreuth Festival and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Since winning the 1998 Orchestral Prize at the IV Kondrashin International Conducting Competition in Amsterdam, Traub has conducted numerous symphonic orchestras worldwide.

Yaron Traub is the son of Chaim Taub, former concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.[1]

Orchestra Position Preceded by... App. Left Succeeded by...
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Assistant Conductor 1995 1998
Associate Conductor 1998 1999
The Israel Sinfonietta Beersheba Principal Conductor, Artistic Director 2002 2005
Orquesta de Valencia Principal Conductor, Artistic Director 2005 2017


  1. ^ a b Suñén, Luis (November 2014). "Yaron Traub". Scherzo. Retrieved 19 March 2019 (in Spanish)
  2. ^ Jorques, Begoña (10 May 2018). " Yaron Traub: 'No volveré a dirigir más a la Orquesta de València'". Levante-EMV. Retrieved 19 March 2019 (in Spanish)

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