Itamar Danziger is a composer, based in Kitchener, Ontario.


Growing up in a musical family, in Toronto, Itamar  began playing the Clarinet at age 7. As a child, he was exposed to Srul Irving Glick - a composer and family friend. Srul, as well as his compositional style, inspired Itamar to compose in earnest.

Itamar is inclined to compose tonal music integrating Classical, Folk, Klezmer, Ladino, and Easy Listening styles.

Itamar has studied composition with Dr. Michael Damian, Michael Leibson, Amanda Lowry, and Arie Verheul van de Ven. Further Orchestration studies took place with Dave Davidson and George Holmes. Ethnomusicology studies took place with Jonno Lightstone.

His compositions have been performed publicly, including by the Kitchener Musical Society Band (Ontario), King Street Brass (Breslau, Ontario), Brantford Memorial Concert Band (Ontario), Kirkland Concert Band (Quebec),  IDF Orchestra (Israel), Beaverton Community Band (Oregon), Greater Victoria Concert Band (British Columbia), Julius Quartet (Dallas, Texas), and, “Quartetto Quadriesis” (Italy).

Itamar's compositions aired on radio stations CKUT (Montreal), and CKJS (Winnipeg).

Itamar's music makes regular appearances at Klezkanada.

When not composing, Itamar enjoys his career as a social worker.