The American violinist and composer Kai Kight uses his music as a metaphor, to inspire people from the business, scientifi c and sporting worlds. The virtuoso visionary has already played at the White House and on the Great Wall of China, and used his innovative methods to help the Seattle Seahawks win the Superbowl. He has given two TED talks, and is one of the most sought-after keynote speakers in the world.
Violinist & Motivator
Kai Kight, originally from Washington DC and lives in LA, majored in engineering and product design at Stanford University. He is a sought after speaker (story teller) to bring excitement to corporate meetings and events, to help individuals redefine their careers and to infuse university campuses with innovation and inspiration. Kai shares the emotional moment he experienced when his mother told him of her incurable disease. He then and there realized it was time for him to make some changes in his own life: pursue his dreams and start composing new sounds. He in turn advises the managers to write their own music, not to dwell on the sounds of yesterday. “Kai performs mesmerizing original music and vulnerably shares stories from his own transformation as an artist. Kai translates these insights into takeaways that audiences can easily infuse into their own lives and work environments.”