Grammy Nominated Performer & Communication expert and business visionary
Freddie Ravel has seen his career transcend music and business boundaries. He regards our current situation not as the’ great lockdown’, but rather as the ‘great free up’. To him, it is a time during which we need to reset and raise human potential using the world’s oldest international language, i.e., music.
The founder of Life In Tune™, Freddie Ravel, a Grammy artist, directed Earth, Wind and Fire, the band that bridged black and white America. He also joined Madonna on the silver screen, rocked stadiums with Carlos Santana, and performed at the Grammys with Prince. He also cut tracks with Kanye West and led the teams behind Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Deepak Chopra, Jennifer Lopez, and Lady GaGa. He has become an expert in successful multi-cultural and generational integration.
Freddie Ravel was dubbed the ‘Keynote Maestro’ by the City of Los Angeles. This was for his role in ‘renewing the national and international economy’ through his Life In Tune™ system. Amongst his many clients, he includes the likes of NASA, EY, NASA, and Prudential, amongst many others. His clients regard his ideal balance of entertainment and content essential for transforming conflict into high-performance collaboration.
May 2020 saw Freddie Ravel and his team reach a new milestone. They delivered the first live virtual keynote concert with an orchestra in real-time to a worldwide audience.
As a speaker, Freddie Ravel is available for both virtual and in-person events, bringing together his business expertise and love of music in his talks. He lives in the USA and presents in English.
"He did a terrific job weaving our message into his presentation.”
“He spoke to our employees as though he were one of us…. people walked out of the room electrified.”
“Transformative, Collaborative and Effective.”
“His masterful mapping of music to our everyday cadence was AMAZING!”
“He rocked our conference with relevant messages delivered magnificently.”
“Spellbinding stories to connect points of real importance to our culture”