Roster at a Glance
Since 1980 we have provided artist management and public relations services to an eminent roster of performing artists. For at-a-glance information about any artist, place your cursor over a name below, or click on the name for detailed information.
Viviane Hagner Violin North American Representation
Since making her international debut at age 12, violinist Viviane Hagner has won exceptional praise for her substantial and beautiful sound, highly intelligent musicality and passionate artistry. As well as bringing insight and virtuosity to the core concerto repertoire, she is an ardent advocate of new, neglected and undiscovered music.
Benjamin Hochman Piano Worldwide Representation
Pianist Benjamin Hochman has achieved widespread acclaim for his performances as orchestral soloist, recitalist and chamber musician. An imaginatively mature artist, Mr. Hochman's innate ability to combine beauty of line within the overall shape of a piece sets him apart from other young pianists.
Juho Pohjonen Piano North American Representation
One of the brightest young instrumental talents to emerge from Finland today, Juho Pohjonen has attracted great attention as one of the Nordic country's most intriguing and talented pianists.
Ralph Kirshbaum Cello North American Representation
Mr. Kirshbaum enjoys exploring the riches of chamber music and has collaborated with numerous musicians including Pinchas Zukerman, Itzhak Perlman, Gil Shaham, Yefim Bronfman, Garrick Ohlsson and the Juilliard and Tokyo String Quartets.
Heidi Grant Murphy Soprano Worldwide Representation
A shimmering soprano with enchanting stage presence, Heidi Grant Murphy is one of the outstanding vocal talents of her generation. She has established a reputation not only for her radiant musicianship and impeccable vocal technique, but also for her warm personality and generosity of spirit.
Orion String Quartet String Quartet Worldwide Representation
Since its inception, the Orion String Quartet has been consistently praised for the fresh perspective and individuality it brings to performances, offering diverse programs that juxtapose classic works of the standard quartet literature with masterworks by living composers.
Quatuor Mosaïques String Quartet North American Representation
Formed in 1985, the Quatuor Mosaïques is the most prominent period-instrument quartet performing today. The ensemble has been praised for their atypical decision to use gut-stringed instruments which, combined with their celebrated musicianship, has cultivated a unique sound for the group.
András Schiff Conductor, Piano North American Representation
During the next few seasons, the focus of Mr. Schiff's orchestral activities will be conducting programs of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart from the keyboard.
Garry Walker Conductor North American Representation
Named one of the "10 Brightest New Stars for 2007" by BBC Music Magazine, Scottish conductor Garry Walker is widely recognized for the intense rapport he creates with musicians and audiences as well as his thoughtful and wide ranging programs.
Zukerman Trio Ensemble Worldwide Representation
In the summer of 2003, the ensemble, formerly known as the NAC Chamber Players, performed at the Ravinia, Verbier, Schleswig-Holstein, Tivoli (Denmark) and Musica Mundi (Belgium) Festivals, as well as the Festival of the Sound and Domaine Forget in its native Canada, all to great critical acclaim.
Pinchas Zukerman Conductor, Viola, Violin Worldwide Representation
Equally respected as a violinist, violist, conductor, pedagogue and chamber musician, Pinchas Zukerman is indeed a master of our time.
92nd Street Y Concert Series Public Relations
92nd Street Y is a world-class nonprofit community and cultural center that connects people to the worlds of education, the arts, health and wellness, and Jewish life.
Dublin International Piano Competition Piano Competition Public Relations
The Dublin International Piano Competition was inaugurated in 1988. A triennial event, the Competition has grown in stature, and now ranks with the most important such international events, not least for its generous first prize monies, but more importantly for the prestigious list of engagements. These include debut recitals in London, New York, appearances at international festivals and concerts with leading orchestras.
Cleveland International Piano Competition Piano Competition Public Relations
Founded in Cleveland in 1975, the Cleveland International Piano Competition has supported some of the world's most promising young pianists for 30 years and presents the largest cash prize of any contest of its kind worldwide, known as the Mixon First Prize in honor of its sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. A. Malachi Mixon III. The finalists are given the unique opportunity to perform piano concertos with the renowned Cleveland Orchestra. The Competition is sponsored by the Piano International Association of Northern Ohio (PIANO), and strives to help preserve music for future generations.
Emerson String Quartet Ensemble, String Quartet Public Relations
The Emerson String Quartet stands apart in the history of string quartets with an unparalleled list of achievements over three decades: more than thirty acclaimed recordings, nine Grammys® (including two for Best Classical Album), three Gramophone Awards, the Avery Fisher Prize, Musical America's "Ensemble of the Year", and collaborations with many of the greatest artists of our time.
Robert Spano Conductor Public Relations
A proponent of contemporary works, Mr. Spano has reinstated regular performances of 20th and 21st century repertoire including Jennifer Higdon's City Scape, which is the ASO's first commission in six years, as well as world premieres of ASO-commissioned works.
Mirror VisionsEnsemble Public Relations
The Mirror Visions Ensemble explores song repertoire from multiple points of view, often featuring back-to-back performances of diverse settings of a single text. Formed in 1992 by Tobé Malawista, Richard Lalli, and Scott Murphree, the New Haven-based not-for-profit organization continues to create new works, original and dramatic concerts, and develop programs designed to partner with visual exhibitions and events throughout the United States and Europe.
Israel Philharmonic OrchestraOrchestra Public Relations
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra is one of Israel's oldest and most influential cultural institutions. Since its founding in 1936, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra has dedicated itself to presenting the world's greatest music to audiences in Israel and around the world. Founded by Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra represents the fulfillment of his dream "to unite the desire of the country for an orchestra with the desire of the Jewish musicians for a country." Huberman spent countless hours persuading first-chair musicians of Eastern European and German orchestras, who had lost their jobs as a result of Nazism, to immigrate to Palestine. In doing so, Huberman created an "orchestra of soloists" which, under the esteemed leadership of Zubin Mehta, continues to absorb new immigrants and serve as a gathering point for musicians from all over the world.
Avi AvitalMandolin Exclusive Representation
GRAMMY nominated mandolinist Avi Avital is recognized as one of the world's most exciting and entrepreneurial young musicians who is deeply committed to building a fresh legacy for the mandolin, through virtuosic performance and exciting new repertoire.
Jennifer Johnson CanoMezzo-Soprano Worldwide Representation
Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano is recognized for her naturally lustrous sound as well as a fresh and appealing presence on symphonic, operatic and recital stages.
Peter SerkinPiano Exclusive Representation
Recognized as an artist of passion and integrity, American pianist Peter Serkin is one of the most thoughtful and individualistic musicians appearing before the public today. Throughout his career he has conveyed the essence of five centuries of musical repertoire. His performances with symphony orchestras, recital appearances, chamber music collaborations and recordings are respected worldwide. "He is one of the supreme musicians of our time" (New York Magazine).
Danish String QuartetString Quartet North American Representation
Recently named to Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's prestigious CMS2 program, the Danish String Quartet - formerly known as the Young Danish String Quartet, made its debut in the Copenhagen Summer Festival in 2002. In the course of a remarkably short time, the quartet drew attention to itself for its highly committed musicianship and enthralling style, and the ensemble quickly became the most promising news in the classical music world in Denmark.
Smetana TrioEnsemble North American Representation
The Smetana Trio, founded in the year 1934 by the legendary Czech pianist Josef Pálenícek, the violinist Alexandr Plocek and the cellist František Smetana, is today one of the foremost Czech ensembles.
Santa Fe Chamber Music FestivalSummer Festival Public Relations
Music, the Brain, Medicine, and Wellness: A Scientific Symposium Presented in Association with the 40th Anniversary of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. August 4-6, 2012.
Anne-Sophie MutterViolin Public Relations
For 35 years, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter has sustained a career of exceptional musicianship with an unwavering commitment to the future of classical music. She also devotes her time to numerous charity projects and supports the development of young, exceptionally talented musicians.
Todd MachoverSpecial Project Public Relations
Composer Tod Machover's new opera, Death and the Powers is a is a one-act work that tells the story of Simon Powers, a successful and powerful businessman and inventor, who wants to go beyond the bounds of humanity. Currently under development at the MIT Media Lab in collaboration with the American Repertory Theater, Death and the Powers features new, cutting-edge performance technologies. Premiere performances of the opera took place during the 2010/2011 season in Monaco and the U.S., including the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) and Chicago Opera Theater.
Czech PhilharmonicOrchestra Public Relations
Soon after its founding in 1896, the Czech Philharmonic became the most noteworthy orchestra in the country. Its tradition and success has uplifted it to a fundamental symbol of Czech culture.
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