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Symphony Orchestra of India TOUR TO SWITZERLAND January 2016

The premiere of Zakir Hussain’s Peshkar in Geneva

Victoria Hall was packed to the brim on Thursday evening, and the Geneva audience warmly expressed its delight. It felt the commitment, the enthusiasm and the discipline of this ensemble, which played with ferocious energy and appetite. - Le Temps The ensemble tackles the different works with extreme composure, and proffers a fresh and striking vision of the overture to The Bartered Bride by Smetana, as well as the Concerto for Orchestra by Bartók... It seems to be in the cards, that this first tour will not be the last... - Bachtrack A colourful sound painting unfolded in front of the audience, which listened attentively to the unfamiliar and – at the end – showed its appreciation with a standing ovation, quite uncharacteristic for St. Gallen. - St. Galler Tagblatt

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welcome, willkommen, bienvenue Aino Turtiainen-Visala, IAMA Chairman IAMA is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016. Building on the legacy of BACA, which began in 1954 as a UK artist management association, IAMA’s foundation in 1996 marked a fundamental step towards today’s globally inclusive era. This is reflected in the increasingly interconnected nature of artist management and music in general: managements share and represent artists; orchestras, festivals, opera houses and promoters serve a sophisticated global audience whose needs are mirrored across the world. The Western Classical Music canon is studied, played and appreciated in every country, and brings people together. This sense of togetherness is expressed in the 26th IAMA International Conference, which plays a vital role in the Association’s network: I maintain that there is no more significant

Peter Tra, Conference Chairman

My thanks go to Peter Tra, Conference Chairman and Programmer at TivoliVredenburg, and my fellow board member, Hannes de Vries from GE#Sharp Artists Events.

Aino Turtiainen-Visala, Managing Director, Fazer Artists’ Management Inc.

City of music and more attempts, successes and failures. Let’s be a part of this miraculous era by shaping and enjoying it! Utrecht’s new six-venue performance space – TivoliVredenburg – is an ideal place to investigate this topic. The IAMA Conference takes place in the midst of an abundance of classical, jazz, pop and contemporary music concerts. Barriers quickly vanish: hipsters appear to love symphonic music; classical aficionados respond positively to indie pop music; and jazz connoisseurs soon open their ears to the most challenging notated scores.

The search for new audiences is important to us all, yet I believe there is nothing wrong with the traditional format of classical concerts. The music continues to be of unparalleled beauty and today’s musicians perform this music more brilliantly than ever before. This tradition will doubtless continue, albeit for diminishing audiences and, as a result, fewer concerts. Yet this leaves more time and space for other kinds of music, so let’s learn from each other’s

gathering in the music business world! Over the next three days, we hope that you will get to know the people around you. Our board and staff members are here to help and we invite you to consider joining IAMA if you are not a member already.

So let’s shake off the feeling we have got a problem. On the contrary, in this era of changes everything is possible. Let’s shake it up!

Peter Tra Peter Tra, Concert Programmer, TivoliVredenburg

Welcome to Utrecht, a city brimming with music and happy to host this 26th IAMA International Conference. In many ways the Conference matches our city’s musical values: bright, inspiring, welcoming and connecting. TivoliVredenburg is one of the most inspiring music buildings in the world, where every year our Early Music Festival blossoms, as does the International Chamber Music Festival of Janine Jansen and her friends (Jansen has recently been succeededed by the young cellist Harriet Krijgh), and every two years the Franz Liszt Piano Competition takes place but also where artists such as Tanita Tikaram and Elvis Costello enchant their audiences. I hope that your Conference will be instructive and inspiring, but it is no less my hope that you will will return to Utrecht soon for one of our unique musical experiences or for a holiday, revealing the many beauties of our city to the full.

Jan van Zanen Mayor of Utrecht

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GREETINGS TO ALL DELEGATES ATTENDING THE 26TH IAMA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN UTRECHT: “SHAKE IT OFF” Konzertdirektion Schmid is a leading classical music management agency, with offices in Hannover, London and Berlin. Trust and excellence are at the centre of everything we do for our artists, orchestras, promoters, PR partners and the wider community.

ENJOY THE CONFERENCE AND LET’S “SHAKE IT UP”! KONZERTDIREKTION SCHMID IS PROUD SPONSOR OF THE IAMA CONFERENCE APP WWW.KDSCHMID.DE

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OPUS 3 ARTISTS BERLIN

RICHARD-HAMELIN International Chopin Piano Competition Silver medal 2015 and laureate of the Krystian Zimerman award of the best sonata “The man is every inch an artist, an extraordinarily mature musician who focuses on the beauty of Chopin’s works” - Róża Światczyńska, Polish Radio 2 (Oct. 7, 2015)

PHOTOS (clockwise from left) David Orlowsky Trio-Kaupo Kikkas, New York City Ballet-Paul Kolnik, Danae Dörken-Martin Teschner, Daniil Trifonov-Dario Acosta, Wu Man-Wind Music, Calidore String Quartet-Jeffrey Fasano, Matthias Pintscher and Cristina Gómez Godoy-Felix Broede, Andreas Brantelid-Marios Taramides

CONDUCTORS

SPECIAL PROJECTS

Mei-Ann Chen (2) Sir Andrew Davis (5) Asher Fisch (10) Lawrence Foster (1) Tito Muñoz (2) Matthias Pintscher (7) David Robertson (10) Donald Runnicles (7) Michael Schønwandt (5)

Video Game Music

From Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger/Chrono Cross, Kingdom Hearts Producer: Thomas Böcker (1)

David Michalek Slow Dancing (2)

Gustav Holst

The Planets – An HD Odyssey (2)

Strauss/Adams

The Earth – An HD Odyssey (2)

Stewart Copeland

PIANO

BEN HUR – MGM’s 1925 silent classic (2)

Sergei Babayan (11) Inon Barnatan (9) Jeremy Denk (9) Danae Dörken (1) Daniil Trifonov (6) Shai Wosner (10)

TOURING ORCHESTRAS Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra

(Germany) Conductor: Stefan Solyom Soloists: Anna Larsson, Andreas Brantelid Period:10 – 17 April 2016

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra

VIOLIN

(Germany) Conductor: Edward Gardner Soloist: Truls Mørk, Veronika Eberle Period: 15 – 18 November 2016

Caroline Goulding (2) Jennifer Koh (2)

(Diapason) CBC #1 classical album of 2015

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The Knights

(Europe) Conductor: Eric Jacobsen Soloist: Wu Man Period: 24 – 30 April 2017

Andreas Brantelid (1)

CL ARINET David Orlowsky (1)

Les Violons du Roy

OBOE

(Europe) Conductor: Anthony Marwood Soloist: N.N. Period: October 2017

Cristina Gómez Godoy (1)

PIPA

Freiburger Barockorchester

Wu Man (2)

(Scandinavia) Soloist: Kristian Bezuidenhout Period: 23 – 30 April 2018

CHAMBER MUSIC Calidore String Quartet (2) David Orlowsky Trio (1)

Sydney Symphony

ORCHESTRAS/ENSEMBLES The Knights (2) Freiburger Barockorchester (4) Sydney Symphony Orchestra (2)

DANCE

Conductor: David Robertson Soloist: N.N. Period: Season 18/19

The Knights

Conductor: Eric Jacobsen Soloist: Avi Avital Period: Season 18/19

New York City Ballet (2)

Present at IAMA Annick-Patricia Carrière, management 01-514-996-2839 ap.carriere@stationbleue.com

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with Cologne Opera for two cycles of Wagner’s Ring in Shanghai and Mozart’s Don Giovanni in Beijing, and in 2014 led a second tour of China by the Gürzenich Orchestra.

Markus Stenz is Principal Conductor of the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. His previous positions have included General Music Director of the City of Cologne and Gürzenich-Kapellmeister (posts he relinquished in the summer of 2014), Principal Guest Conductor of The Hallé (2010-2014), Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (1998-2004), Principal Conductor of London Sinfonietta (1994-1998) and Artistic Director of the Montepulciano Festival (1989-1995). In 2000 he took the Melbourne Symphony on their triumphant first European tour including concerts in Munich, Cologne, Zurich and Salzburg. He visited China in 2008 with the Gürzenich Orchestra and the same year conducted their first ever BBC Prom at London’s Royal Albert Hall. He returned to China in 2010

He made his opera debut in 1988 at La Fenice in Venice with the first performance of Hans Werner Henze’s revised version of Elegy for Young Lovers. He has since conducted many world premieres including Henze’s Das Verratene Meer at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Venus und Adonis at the Bavarian State Opera and L’Upupa at the Salzburg Festival, plus Detlef Glanert’s Caligula at Frankfurt Opera and Solaris at the Bregenz Festival. Markus Stenz has appeared at many of the world’s major opera houses and international festivals including La Scala Milan, La Monnaie in Brussels, English National Opera, San Francisco Opera, Stuttgart Opera, Frankfurt Opera, Glyndebourne Festival, the Lyric Opera of Chicago and Edinburgh International Festival. His notable performances in Cologne have included Wagner’s Ring, Lohengrin Tannhäuser and Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, as well as Janáček’s Jenůfa and Káťa Kabanová, Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Eötvös’ Love and Other Demons. Other leading orchestras which Markus Stenz conducts include the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, Tonhalle-Orchestra Zürich, Vienna Symphony and the Symphony Orchestras of the Hessische Rundfunk, WDR

Marcus Stenz 7th April and NDR. In the United States he has led performances with the Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and St Louis Symphony Orchestras, Los Angeles Philharmonic and Minnesota Orchestra. Apart from his regular concerts with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, he is currently working with Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Helsinki Philharmonic, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, London Philharmonic, Seoul Philharmonic, São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, and the BBC Scottish and BBC Symphony Orchestras. He will also continue a regular relationship with The Hallé. Markus Stenz and the Gürzenich Orchestra have recently completed recording the complete cycle of Gustav Mahler’s symphonies for Oehms Classics. Their recording of Mahler’s 5th Symphony received a German Record Critics’ Award in November 2009. Their first recording on the Hyperion label of Strauss’ Don Quixote and Till Eulenspiegel received unanimous critical acclaim and was followed by an equally acclaimed recording of Schönberg’s Gurrelieder released in 2015. Markus Stenz studied at the Hochschule für Musik in Cologne under Volker Wangenheim and at Tanglewood. He has been awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Northern College of Music and the ‘Silberne Stimmgabel’ (Silver Tuning Fork) of the state of North Rhein Westphalia. www.markusstenz.com

Jamie Bernstein 8th April

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Beginning 15 years ago with ‘The Bernstein Beat’, a family concert about her father’s music modelled after his own ground-breaking Young People’s Concerts, Jamie has gone on to design, write and narrate concerts for worldwide audiences of all ages about the music of Mozart, Copland, Stravinsky and many others. Jamie creates and narrates two educational concerts per year with the New World Symphony in Miami; these ‘Discovery Concerts’ are specially designed to attract audiences of all ages who are less familiar with concert-going.

Jamie Bernstein is a writer, narrator, broadcaster and filmmaker who has transformed a lifetime of loving music into a career of sharing her knowledge and excitement with others. Inspired by her father Leonard Bernstein’s lifelong compulsion to share and teach, Jamie has devised multiple ways of communicating her own excitement about classical music.

Jamie travels the world as a concert narrator, appearing everywhere from Beijing to Caracas to Vancouver. A frequent speaker on musical topics, Jamie has presented talks around the world, from conferences in Japan to seminars at Harvard University. In her role as a broadcaster, Jamie has produced and hosted shows for radio stations in the United States and Great Britain. She has presented the New York Philharmonic’s live national radio broadcasts, as well as live broadcasts from Tanglewood.

Jamie is the co-director of a film documentary Crescendo: the Power of Music, which focuses on children in struggling urban communities who participate in youth orchestra programmes for social transformation, inspired by Venezuela’s ground-breaking El Sistema movement. The film has already won numerous prizes as it travels the festival circuit, and will soon be released on Netflix. More about the film can be found at crescendofilmdoc.com Jamie has also directed her father’s chamber opera Trouble in Tahiti at the Moab Music Festival and at the Festival del Sole in Napa, CA. In addition to writing her own scripts and narrations, Jamie writes articles and poetry, which have appeared in publications such as Symphony, DoubleTake, Opera News and Musical America. She also edits Prelude, Fugue & Riffs, a newsletter about issues and events pertaining to her father’s legacy. More about Jamie’s multifaceted life can be found on her website: jamiebernstein.net

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keynotespeaker Iván Fischer 9th April works being performed in the United States, the Netherlands, Belgium, Hungary, Germany and Austria. He has also directed a number of successful opera productions.

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His thirty-year-long partnership with the Budapest Festival Orchestra (BFO) is one of the greatest success stories on the classical music scene. The BFO’s frequent worldwide tours as well as a series of critically-acclaimed and fastselling records, released first by Philips Classics and later by Channel Classics, have contributed to Iván Fischer’s reputation as one of the world’s most successful orchestral directors.

Iván Fischer is the Music Director and a founder of the Budapest Festival Orchestra, as well as the Music Director at Berlin’s Konzerthaus and Konzerthausorchester. Recently he has seen his reputation rising as a composer too, with his

As a guest conductor, he has worked with the finest symphony orchestras in the world. The Berlin Philharmonic has played more than ten times under Fischer’s baton, and he spends two weeks every year with Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. He is also a frequent guest of several leading US symphony orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic and the Cleveland Orchestras. As Music Director, he has led Kent Opera and the Opéra National de Lyon, and was Principal

Conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, DC. Many of his recordings have been awarded prestigious international prizes. He studied piano, violin, and later the cello and composition in Budapest before continuing his education in Vienna, where he studied conducting under Hans Swarowsky. Iván Fischer is a founder of the Hungarian Mahler Society and Patron of the British Kodály Academy. He has received the Golden Medal Award from the President of the Republic of Hungary and the Crystal Award from the World Economic Forum for his services in promoting international cultural relations. In 2005 the government of the French Republic named him Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and in 2006 he was honoured with the Kossuth Prize, Hungary’s most prestigious arts award. He received the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Award, Hungary’s Prima Primissima Prize and the Dutch Ovatie Prize in 2011, and was given Honorary Membership to the Royal Academy of Music in London in 2013. www.bfz.hu/en/about-us/ivan-fischer

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Sally Groves 9th April

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Since joining Schott Music in 1974 through to her retirement from the firm in 2014, Sally Groves has built a reputation as one of the musical world’s most dedicated and persuasive advocates for new repertoire. Her work for British composers such as Sir Michael Tippett, Alexander Goehr, Gavin Bryars, Mark-Anthony Turnage and Steve Martland, as well as international figures such as György Ligeti and Hans-Werner Henze, has left an enormous musical legacy. Sally has worked closely with orchestras, venues, festivals, opera houses and dance companies all over the world to develop performance projects for composers. Particularly notable projects include the world premieres of Michael Tippett’s late masterpieces such as The Mask of Time and The Rose Lake, as well as his fifth string quartet which is dedicated to her. Mark Anthony Turnage’s emergence as a major force in the musical world occurred under Sally’s close and careful guidance, while her work creating UK projects for the likes of Ligeti, Penderecki, Henze, Holliger, Widmann, Hosokawa and many others has had a great and lasting impact. More recent highlights have included the signing to Schott of composer and conductor Ryan Wigglesworth, who now counts the likes of the Cleveland Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and BBC Proms among his commissioners.

It is a mark of the esteem in which Sally is held in the musical world that she was appointed a Director of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, a member of the Board of Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and a member of the Royal Northern Sinfonia’s advisory panel. Sally has also dedicated her own time to numerous trusts and charities, always looking to find ways to support new music of the highest quality. In 2013 Sally received the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Leslie Boosey Award, in 2015 was awarded the MBE for services to music, and in 2016 received the ABO Award from the Association of British Orchestras.

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schedule Thursday 7th April 2016 All events take place at TivoliVredenburg apart from the Ice Breaker on 7th April 09:00 TivoliVredenburg

Registration opens

09:30-12:30 10:00 Pandora & Plein 5/6

IAMA Board Meeting

11:45-12:30

Tour of TivoliVredenburg Meet at the IAMA Meeting Point (Plein 6) to join this optional tour

12:30-13:00 Punt

Meet the IAMA Board and welcome drinks All first-time delegates, sponsors and new members are welcome to join the board and introduce yourselves over a drink before lunch

13:00-14:30 Plein 5

Lunch

14:30-14:40 Hertz

Welcome

14:45-15:15 Hertz

Keynote I: Markus Stenz, Conductor

15:15-17:00 Hertz

Session I – Shake It Off New ideas and settings for classical music that have made a difference – but are we trying to be too cool?

Business areas open

Aino Turtiainen-Visala, IAMA Chairman and Managing Director, Fazer Artists’ Management Kees Diepeveen, Utrecht Municipality Councillor for Culture and Social Development Peter Tra, IAMA Conference Chairman and Concert Programmer, TivoliVredenburg

Moderator: Andrew Green, Writer, Broadcaster, Producer and Reviewer Speakers: John Harte, Chief Executive, Aurora Orchestra Tobias Rempe, Geshäftsfuhrung, Ensemble Resonanz Samuel Steinemann, Artistic and Managing Director, Theater- und Musikgesellschaft Zug Peter Tra, Concert Programmer, TivoliVredenburg 16:45-17:00 Hertz

IAMA non-profit showcase Presented by PLMF Music Trust Arete Teemets, Soprano Turn to page 26 for the concert programme and further details

17:30-19:30 Museum Speelklok

Ice Breaker Sponsored by Boosey & Hawkes for the Leonard Bernstein Centenary 2018

19:30-21:00

Free time

21:00-22:00 Grote Zaal

Pieces of Tomorrow Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Markus Stenz, Conductor Bruckner

Symphony No. 6 in A major, WAB 106

‘Pieces of Tomorrow’ is TivoliVredenburg’s symphonic format for younger audiences, featuring shorter pieces at a later timeslot hosted by DJ St Paul. Lighting and visuals add to the experience and drinks are allowed in the auditorium. **If you wish to attend this evening’s concert but do not yet have a ticket, please enquire at the registration desk as there may be availability on the day** From 22:00 Entrance Foyer

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All delegates are invited to meet at TivoliVredenburg’s on-site bar and café Het Gegeven Paard for post-concert drinks and live music by the Roots band Crimson Inc.

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schedule Friday 8th April 2016 All events take place at TivoliVredenburg 09:00

Registration opens

09:30-10:00 Punt

Book launch Fill Every Seat – EVERY Week by Magnus Still, CEO, StillArt Interview with the author on audience strategies with Rob Overman

10:00 Pandora & Plein 5/6

Business areas open

10:00-11:30 Hertz

Session II – Early Music The pioneers of early music made powerful statements that transformed the world of classical music, and every present day classical musician has had to respond. But what’s next? Xavier Vandamme addresses issues that he feels are fundamental to a healthy and inspiring future for Early Music, emphasising artistic challenges in the evolution of the international market. Introduced by Hannes de Vries, Partner, GE#Sharp Artists Events; IAMA Board Member & Conference Committe Member Moderator: Andrew Green, Writer, Broadcaster, Producer and Reviewer Speakers: Luc van Loocke, Weinstadt Artists Management Marco Mencoboni, President, E lucevan le stele / Cantar Lontano Skip Sempé, Artistic and Music Director, Capriccio Stravagente Xavier Vandamme, Director of the Utrecht Early Music Festival and President of the European Early Music Network (REMA) TivoliVredenburg showcase: Olga Pashchenko, Harpsichord, Artist-in-Residence, Utrecht Early Music Festival

11:30-12:15

Tour of TivoliVredenburg Meet at the IAMA Meeting Point (Plein 6) to join in this optional tour

11:30-12.30 Plein 5

Film screening Intermusica presents the Symphonic Cinema, followed by screenings of non-profit showcases including: PLMF Music Trust, Young Concert Artists and TivoliVredenburg Grab some headphones and listen to the presentation!

11:45-12:45 Cloud 9 area

Peer-to-peer sessions These are simultaneous, hour-long forums where you can get to know others and discuss an issue of mutual concern 1 Communicating with promoters Artist managers report that it is increasingly difficult to communicate with promoters. Neither email nor phone seems to be effective so what works today? What are the underlying reasons and pressures that promoters and artist managers face, and what are their solutions. Prepare for some deep-level reality… Session leader: Leelo Lehtla, Director, PLMF Music Trust 2 Recruiting new senior artist managers The millennial generation (and indeed Gen X before them) are now seeking roles in senior arts management. However, are boomers making room for them or indeed even preparing them for senior management? How do we create an environment in arts management that nurtures and develops young talent while drawing on the expertise of our emeritus? Session leader: David Baile, CEO, International Society for the Performing Arts

12:30-13:30 Grote Zaal

Concert Dutch String Quartet Academy student ensembles: Cheng Quartet & Ebonit Saxophone Quartet No ticket required

13:00-14:30 Plein 5

Lunch

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schedule Friday 8th April 2016 14:30-15:30 Cloud 9 area

Peer-to-peer sessions 1 Focus on diversity What does diversity mean to you in classical music management or the institutions in your countries? What are our responsibilities as a sector and what strategies should be in place to future-proof the demand for classical music? Session leader: Chris Lorway, Director of Programming & Marketing, Roy Thomson Hall and Conference Chair for IAMA Toronto 2016 2 Touring with instruments Orchestral touring or solo artists can run into trouble with ivory and bans on precious materials on arrival in some countries. This session is designed to inform and take forward recommendations for lobby purposes by the world’s major auction houses. Session leader: Paul Cutts, Global Managing Director – Decorative Arts, Christies 3 Managing social media Artist managements and promoters’ expectations have changed with respect to social media and artists are increasingly obliged to partner the promoter in publicising performances. In general, this expectation exists even when it is not reflected in artist contracts. What strategies and practical suggestions can be shared so that artists, artist managers and promoters can benefit in changing circumstances? Session leader: Patrick Garvey, Director, Patrick Garvey Management

14:30-15:45 Punt

Helpdesks: Do you need tax and legal help? Our experts on tax and legal matters can be booked for an appointment, or simply turn up at the desk Brian Taylor Goldstein and Robyn Guilliams, GG Arts Law (all areas of US tax and immigration, licensing and contracts) Irving David, DWFM Beckman Solicitors (contract advice)

16:00-16:30 Hertz

Keynote II: Jamie Bernstein This session is sponsored by Boosey & Hawkes for the Leonard Bernstein Centenary in 2018. Jamie Bernstein is continuing the legacy of her father, Leonard Bernstein, who did so much to open up music to new audiences. If you haven’t heard her thoughts before, get to this session.

16:45-17:00 Hertz

IAMA non-profit showcase Presented by the International Franz Liszt Competition Mariam Batsashvili, Piano (1st Prize Winner, International Franz Liszt Competition) Turn to page 27 for the concert programme and further details

17:00-18:30 Plein 5

Official launch reception of IAMA Toronto 2016 (10-12 November) One of our largest delegations of Canadian presenters and managers will be joining us to launch IAMA’s second conference in Canada. It is presented in collaboration with Ontario Presents and featuring venues: Koerner Hall, Roy Thomson Hall and the Aga Khan Museum

18:30

Free time

20:15 Grote Zaal

Concert: Radio Filharmonisch Orkest & Groot Omroepkoor Markus Stenz, Conductor Joey Roukens Bruckner

Rising Phoenix (second performance of this work commissioned for the opening of TivoliVredenburg in 2014) Symphony No. 6 in A major, WAB 106

**If you wish to attend this evening’s concert but do not yet have a ticket, please enquire at the registration desk as there may be availability on the day** 21:30-23:30 Foyer

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Meet at Het Gegeven Paard for post-concert drinks and live music by SOJazz & Friends

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2016 ARTIST LIST

ConduCToR Alexander Briger Michael Collins Laurence Cummings Marco Guidarini David Hill Julia Jones Nicholas Kok Gianluca Marcianò Nicholas McGegan Europe Andrew Parrott David Parry Ari Pelto Raphaël Pichon UK & USA Tobias Ringborg ex. Scandinavia Gennady Rozhdestvensky ex. CH Yuri Simonov Philipp von Steinaecker Pierre-André Valade Antony Walker ex. N. America

CoMpoSeR Michael Berkeley Harrison Birtwistle Daniel Kidane Steve Reich ex. N. America David Sawer

pIAno Christian Blackshaw Ya-Fei Chuang UK & various Federico Colli Alexander Krichel Robert Levin ex. N. America & Italy Louis Lortie UK, Ireland & Scandinavia Viktoria Postnikova Sergio Tiempo

HARpSICHoRd Mahan Esfahani

LuTe Elizabeth Kenny

VIoLIn Peter Herresthal

CeLLo Natalie Clein ex. N. America Antonio Meneses UK & various

CLARIneT Michael Collins STAge dIReCToR Edward Dick Jack Furness William Kerley John La Bouchardière Stephen Langridge Orpha Phelan James Robinson

CHAMBeR enSeMBLe Borodin Quartet Dumay Lortie Duo Leonore Piano Trio Navarra String Quartet Quatuor Mosaïques UK & various

deSIgneR Alison Chitty Tim Reed

VoCAL enSeMBLe The Cardinall’s Musick Gothic Voices

MoVeMenT Jane Gibson opera

eARLy MuSIC enSeMBLe Theatre of the Ayre

Member of the International Artist Managers’ Association

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SopRAno Elizabeth Atherton Janai Brugger Venera Gimadieva Soile Isokoski UK Mlada Khudoley Dame Emma Kirkby recitals only Mhairi Lawson Julia Sporsén Gemma Summerfield Talise Trevigne Fflur Wyn

Mezzo-SopRAno Elizabeth Bishop Katie Bray Erica Brookhyser Anne Marie Gibbons Annie Gill Anna Harvey Rowan Hellier Caitlin Hulcup Gaynor Keeble Ronnita Miller Sandra Piques Eddy Jessica Walker

CounTeRTenoR Christopher Ainslie Robin Blaze Gerald Thompson William Towers

TenoR Andrew Bidlack Luciano Botelho ex. Brazil Peter Bronder Eric Cutler Andrej Dunaev Adrian Dwyer Joshua Ellicott Hubert Francis Sam Furness Jay Hunter Morris Nicholas Mulroy James Oxley Nick Pritchard Norman Reinhardt Sergey Romanovsky Boris Rudak Gerard Schneider

BARITone Benjamin Bevan John Chest Ronan Collett Grant Doyle Omar Ebrahim Igor Golovatenko Peter Harvey Scott Hendricks Alexey Lavrov Europe Alan Opie Brett Polegato Phillip Rhodes Peter Savidge Dan Shelvey Peter Sidhom Olafur Sigurdarson Morgan Smith David Stout Michael Volle recitals, UK George von Bergen Eddie Wade David Wilson-Johnson Yuriy Yurchuk

BASS-BARITone Tiziano Bracci Matthew Brook Bradley Smoak Paul Whelan

BASS Mats Almgren Joshua Bloom Wojtek Gierlach René Pape UK Barnaby Rea David Shipley Dmitry Ulyanov ex. Spain

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schedule Saturday 9th April 2016 All events take place at TivoliVredenburg 09:00

Registration opens

09:30 Pandora & Plein 5/6

Business areas open

10:00-11:15 Hertz

Session/Keynote III – Vision of the future for the Symphony Orchestra Iván Fischer’s views on what has to change in classical music are relevant whether you run and orchestra, venue or an artist management company. This session is set to challenge today’s thinking. Keynote: Iván Fischer, Conductor Speakers: Anselm Rose, Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter, Deutscher Orchestertag John Summers, Chief Executive, Hallé Orchestra Moderator: Andrew Green, Writer, Broadcaster, Producer and Reviewer

11:15-11:30 Hertz

IAMA non-profit showcase Presented by the International Franz Liszt Competition Amatis Trio Turn to page 27 for the concert programme and further details

11:30-12.30 Plein 5

Film screening Intermusica presents the Symphonic Cinema, followed by screenings of non-profit showcases including: PLMF Music Trust, Young Concert Artists and TivoliVredenburg Grab some headphones and listen to the presentation!

12:30-14:00 Plein 5

Lunch

14:00-15:30 Hertz

Session IV – Future models for artist management The classical artist management sector has to become more flexible in its models of charging and working. Time demands to service simple agreements has increased, the commission model is no longer working and the internet is taking over. What are your views? Moderator: Andrew Green, Writer, Broadcaster, Producer and Reviewer Speakers: Niels Aalberts, Editor, VPRO 3voor12 Peter Hošek, Managing Director, Arts and Entertainment Productions Bettina Mehne, Key Account Manager, Hello Stage Ben Rayfield, Managing Director, RayfieldAllied

15:30-16:30 Hertz

IAMA Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary General Meeting All welcome

16:30-18:30

Optional fun events Option 1 – Utrecht hotspots Join a guided tour of Utrecht’s hotspots, including the Dom Tower, canals and docks, churches, courtyards and almhouses. Ideal for newcomers to the city. Option 2 – Bike tour The best way to explore Utrecht is by bike. Visit the city’s most beautiful locations and learn about its history with an experienced guide. Option 3 – City panorama Utrecht’s 14th-century Dom Tower is the highest church tower in the Netherlands. Climb its 465 steps to enjoy a spectacular view over the city and surrounding province. Halfway to the top you can view the building’s historic bells weighing 32,000kg and, one floor higher, the magnificent 17th-century Hemony carillon. Option 4 – Boat excursion Let yourself be taken on a gentle voyage around the unique canal system of mediaeval Utrecht. During the trip a guide will tell you about the hidden beauties of the city as well as its historic and modern places of interest. Boats are covered and heated during inclement weather.

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schedule Saturday 9th April 2016 Conference Closing Dinner Presentation of the IAMA Award 2016

20:00 Plein 6

Invitation to IAMA Toronto 2016 Canadian Showcase: kLoX Plein 5

After-dinner drinks until 01:00

00:00-04:00

Club nights at TivoliVredenburg Carry your IAMA badge to join any dance party in the centre after midnight…

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Singles night (Singlefeest – 90s) Wicked Jazz Sounds (Jazz, soul and disco) Something Happening Somewhere (House and Techno)

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speakersthursday Andrew Green - Moderator Andrew Green has been writing and broadcasting about music for over three decades, interviewing many of the best-known performers of the day. His first connection to the music business was as an artist manager with Ibbs & Tillett in London, where he looked after, among others, Mitsuko Uchida, Shura Cherkassky and the Alban Berg Quartet. After making his radio debut with a feature on contralto Clara Butt in 1985, Andrew has gone on to present or present/ produce more than 300 music programmes for BBC Radio 3, Radio 4 and the World Service. Most recently, he has made programmes about London’s one- time premier concert venue, the Queen’s Hall, and on the composer William Lloyd Webber. Andrew was a regular presenter of In Tune and BBC Proms broadcasts on Radio 3, and of Music Review on the World Service.

Andrew’s parallel career as a journalist has seen him writing for a string of UK newspapers and most of the leading musical journals, including Classical Music, Early Music Today and BBC Music, for whom he has written in recent times on subjects as diverse as JFK and music, the history of harmoniums and music heard at the Battle of Waterloo. For many more years than he was an artist manager, Andrew has been writing about the profession for Classical Music. Andrew is also a long-term visiting research fellow at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK, where he teaches and devises projects in the area of oral history. This work is soon to be featured in a BBC radio documentary.

John Harte John Harte is Chief Executive of Aurora Orchestra, which since its launch ten years ago has established itself as one of the most adventurous and dynamic forces in British classical music. Under John’s leadership, the orchestra has built successful London series at Kings Place (as Resident Orchestra) and the Southbank Centre (Associate Orchestra from 2016); staged tours to Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, Mexico and Russia; and won prizes including the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Ensemble Award and a German ECHO Klassik Award. Aurora’s approach combines creative programming, innovative presentation, and bold collaborations across genres.

Aurora is developing a major new circus partnership based around Britten’s Les illuminations for the 2016 Aldeburgh Festival. John studied history at Cambridge, where he was a choral scholar. Before Aurora, he worked with the British choral label Collegium, and completed a doctorate in Middle Eastern History at the School of Oriental and African Studies. As cofounder of the Choir of London he maintains an active interest in music education projects, with a focus on supporting student musicians in the Palestinian Territories.

Recent highlights include what are thought to have been the first-ever fully memorised performances of complete orchestral symphonies in the UK for the BBC Proms. Currently,

Tobias Rempe Tobias Rempe grew up in Nuremberg, Germany, embarking on music-making at the age of seven. He was a member of the Bavarian State Youth Orchestra, the folk-rock band Fiddler’s Green and the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie. While studying violin under Ulf Klausenitzer and Professor Ulf Hoelscher, he became a founder member of Ensemble Resonanz. His first involvement in ithe Ensemble’s management was in 2004/05, when he initiated the Kaispeicher entern! concerts in the foundations of what was to become the Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg.

In 2008, Tobias ended his career as a professional violinist and took over the management of Ensemble Resonanz gGmbH. His most recent project with the Ensemble was the development of the ‘urban string’ series in Hamburg’s Schanzenviertel and the opening of the new concert venue, the ‘resonanzraum’. He is looking forward to taking Ensemble Resonanz on to new adventures as the orchestra sets out to boost its international profile while remaining true to its urban roots – in residence in the Elbphilharmonie and at home in St Pauli.

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speakersthursday Samuel Steinemann Since 2009, Samuel Steinemann has been Artistic and Managing Director of the Theatre and Music Society of Zug, running the cultural programme of the Theater Casino, a beacon of culture in Zug and its surrounding region in Central Switzerland (www.theatercasino.ch).

Tonhalle and the KKL Lucerne. As Managing Director of the Lucerne Festival Strings (2000-2008), he managed orchestra tours to 150 venues in Europe, North and South America, Asia and South Africa.

Following studies in musicology, philosophy and ethnomusicology at Zurich University, then further studies in arts management, Samuel worked as a music critic, artist manager and concert promoter for halls such as the Zurich

Peter Tra Peter Tra is a concert programmer at the Utrecht concert hall Vredenburg, which was rebuilt as the five-venue concert hall complex TivoliVredenburg in 2014. Some 360 classical concerts now take place each year at TivoliVredeburg, together with 500 pop, dance and jazz events.

Netherlands in Amsterdam. After producing an adventurous European circus opera tour, he finally found time to graduate and went on to work at the National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands, mainly running the NJO Summer Academy. He took up his current post in 2004.

Peter began organising concerts, operas and festivals while studying musicology at Utrecht University. He quit his studies in 1992 to found the Belcanto Festival Dordrecht, and four years later became managing director of Opera Studio

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speakersfriday Luc Van Loocke Luc van Loocke started out her professional life as a teacher of classical guitar and music history. Since 2003, she has been director of Weinstadt Artists Management, established by the late Liliane Weinstadt in 1988. When Luc joined Weinstadt, the agency specialised mainly in local representation of artists in Belgium. On her arrival, Luc extended activities to the Benelux region, and undertook general management for artists such as cellist Anner Bylsma and his L’Archibudelli ensemble, while continuing to specialise

in local management for ensembles such as the Academy of Ancient Music, Jordi Savall (with his Hesperion XXI & Le Concert des Nations), The Sixteen, Tallis Scholars and many others. More recently, Weinstadt has also taken over general management of ensembles such as Scherzi Musicali (Nicolas Achten) and L’Ensemble Masques (Olivier Fortin).

Marco Mencoboni Harpsichordist and organist Marco Mencoboni was born in Macerata in 1961. He studied with Umberto Pineschi, Ton Koopman, Jesper Christensen and Gustav Leonhard, who was his professor at the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam. Over almost three decades, Marco has been immersed in the rediscovery and performance of Early Music repertoire from the Baroque and Renaissance. Since 1999, Marco has been the artistic director of the Cantar Lontano festival held each year in Ancona, on Italy’s Adriatic coast. It is here that he has explored the art of ‘Cantar Lontano’,

an extraordinary vocal technique that originated in the Marche Region of Italy in the 16th century, in which individual singers were strategically placed around a church to create the aural illusion of a choir resonating throughout the space. In 2010, Marco began working with the opera director Pier Luigi Pizzi on the works of Monteverdi. His latest initiative is the Canalgrande Adriatic Baroque Orchestra, made up of musicians born and raised near the Adriatic Sea – an international project that unites players from Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Albania and Greece.

Skip Sempé Skip Sempé grew up in New Orleans, studied music, musicology, organology and the history of art at Oberlin Conservatory in the United States, and completed his training in Europe with Gustav Leonhardt in Amsterdam. He remained in Europe to embark on his own pioneering reconsideration of well- and lesser-known repertoire from the period 1500-1750. A harpsichordist and conductor, Skip created Capriccio Stravagante in 1986, which now includes three ensembles: Capriccio Stravagante, the Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra and Capriccio Stravagante Les 24 Violins.

Skip is particularly known for his interpretations of French harpsichord music, his adventurous approach to playing Bach and Scarlatti, and his performances of virginal works by Byrd and his contemporaries. He is regularly invited as a guest director with many of Europe’s leading Early Music ensembles. In founding the Paradizo record label in 2006, Skip has added the role of impresario and record producer to his portfolio of activities. Paradizo also undertakes special publishing projects, including a documented homage to Wanda Landowska and a volume of Skip ’s Essays on Music and Performance.

Xavier Vandamme Since 2009 Xavier Vandamme has been both General and Artistic Director of the Organisatie Oude Muziek (Early Music Organisation), a role that includes running the Utrecht Early Music Festival. Xavier was recently elected chairman of the Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne/ European Early Music Network (REMA – EEMN). He previously worked in Brussels at the Centre for Fine Arts, first as adjunct director of BOZAR MUSIC, thereafter as strategic adviser to various departments of BOZAR.

Xavier studied linguistics and literature (French and Italian) as well as philosophy at the University of Leuven, where he also taught. He has worked as a music critic for the newspaper De Standaard, and was for a number of years a radio presenter and producer for VRT (Klara).

Hannes de Vries Hannes de Vries was born in Wuppertal, Germany and studied ancient languages and theology at the Universities of Bielefeld, Hamburg and Amsterdam. In 2010 he became a partner at GE#sharp Artists Events, offering support in areas such as fundraising and marketing strategy. The company also represents and advises young talent as well as established artists and ensembles in their attempts to reach new audiences, broaden the scope of their activities and improve their organisational efficiency.

Over the last four years, as co-director of GE#sharp, Hannes has been involved in all aspects of cultural entrepreneurship, building a steadily growing national and international management company with a varied roster of artists and ensembles. In 2016, for the second year running, he will represent IAMA’s board of directors at Classical:NEXT in Rotterdam, and has been an active member of the committee of the current IAMA Conference in Utrecht.

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peer-to-peer session leaders David Baile David Baile is the Chief Executive Officer of the International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA). Based in New York, ISPA is an international network of more than 400 leaders in the performing arts from 50 countries. David is a frequent speaker and contributor with a variety of global organisations including the Shanghai Performing Arts Fair, Association of British Orchestras, Sphinx Organization and Association of Asian Pacific Performing Arts Centres.

Paul Cutts

Prior to joining ISPA in 2007, David enjoyed a 20-year career in the arts in Toronto, including seven years as the General

Paul Cutts spent almost 20 years as a performing arts journalist, editor and broadcaster with a particular focus on the classical music business. He left journalism to become the NESTA-funded Creative Economy Fellow on the 2008 Clore Leadership programme, which led to his being appointed CEO of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group – overseeing a £28m redevelopment of the museum quarter in London’s South Kensington district.

Manager of Opera Atelier. He has also served as Managing Director of Factory Theatre. In addition to his professional involvement in the arts, David is very active with volunteer positions including past membership of the Mayor’s Round Table on Arts and Culture (Toronto) and positions on the Board of the Toronto Arts Council, Opera.ca and OPERA America. David currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Master of Arts Management Program at Carnegie Mellon University.

In October 2014, Paul was appointed Global Managing Director of Decorative Arts at Christie’s auction house, running a team of 120 international staff and overseeing 70 sales per year spanning furniture, objects, musical instruments, interiors and collection sales.

Patrick Garvey Patrick Garvey was an IAMA Board Member for 10 years during which he chaired two IAMA Conferences. He is also an ex-Président of the Association Européenne des Agents Artistiques (AEAA). Patrick was a professional musician and a member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra for 13 years, where he was also a Board Member before going on to manage the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. He has run his own artist management agency for the past 26 years.

Leelo Lehtla Leelo Lehtla has worked in classical music for over a decade, managing artists’ careers as well as running festivals and international projects through the PLMF Music Trust (Director, 2003) and PLMF Arts Management (Founder and CEO, 2013). Current clients include the acclaimed string orchestra Camerata Nordica. Leelo grew up in Tallinn, Helsinki and London, and holds a degree in Social Sciences/Government Administration from Tallinn University. She lectures on music export at the Estonian

Academy of Music and Theatre as well as annually moderating panel discussions at the Tallinn Music Week. Leelo has been a member of the Classical Music Committee for the International Music Managers Forum since 2015, and has served on the Board of the Estonian Music Festivals Association since 2011.

Chris Lorway Chris Lorway is the Director, Programming & Marketing at The Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. Prior to this he was the Executive Director of Soundstreams, a Toronto-based promoter that commissions, develops, and showcases the work of contemporary composers. Chris spent five seasons as the founding Artistic Director of the Luminato Festival, Toronto’s annual Festival of Arts and Creativity. Before Luminato, he was a Senior Consultant at AEA Consulting, where clients included the Edinburgh Festivals, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and the West Kowloon

Cultural District. Chris has also worked on a number of major international festivals and was part of the founding team of the Celtic Colours International Festival in Nova Scotia. Chris holds a MA in Arts Administration from Columbia University, and a BMusEd from Western University. He has guest lectured at the University of Toronto, Columbia University, NYU, OCAD and has been a regular lecturer on cultural leadership for the Clore Duffield Leadership Programme in the UK and the Advanced Cultural Leadership Programme in Hong Kong.

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speakerssaturday Niels Aalbarts Niels Aalbarts has recently been appointed as editor for 3voor12, the online alternative music platform and radio show of Dutch public broadcast company VPRO. Previously he was marketing manager for the Dutch concert promoter Friendly Fire (2011-2015), responsible for organising and marketing successful festivals such as Best Kept Secret and Indian Summer.

Orchestra (2007-2010), while writing a daily blog on marketing, promotion and new media opportunities for musicians in the digital era. In his bestselling book Doorbraak (2011), Niels combined insights from his blog with the true story of Kyteman’s spectacular rise and breakthrough.

As a marketeer, Niels played a key role in the 2009 breakthrough of Dutch artist Kyteman and his Hip Hop

Peter Hosek Peter Hosek was born in Vienna and after completing his studies in music was appointed to the Orchester des Stadsteater Baden (1990-91). He went on to manage the Ensemble 20 Jahrhundert (1992-93).

In 2012, Peter founded the Kammeroper Schoenbrunn in co-operation with the Universitaet für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien, and the following year set up blueapp software GmbH.

Peter gained his diploma from Vienna’s Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in 1993, following which he founded the company Image Hosek & Petrovic OEG (1994-2012). During this period Peter also launched Image Performing Arts Promotion GmbH, which has since produced over 6,000 concerts.

He launched two companies in 2015 – PH International Music and Great Entertainment GmbH and AEP Arts and Entertainment GmbH – and earlier this year founded WKE Konzert & Eventveranstaltungen GmbH.

Bettina Mehne manages relationships with artists, ensembles, managers and promoters for the online classical music platform HELLO STAGE.

Bettina returned to Germany to become the Orchestra Manager at the Staatstheater Mainz. In 1999 she opened the German office of Van Walsum Management within the Konzertdirektion Schmid before joining Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen in 2001 as their Artistic Manager.

Bettina Mehne

Bettina comes from a violin-making family in Berlin. She studied musicology and history of art in Vienna and her hometown alongside working in the offices of the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and the Berliner Festwochen. After graduating, she joined the touring department of Harrison Parrott in London.

Having headed artistic planning at the Wiener Konzerthaus for six seasons under general director Bernhard Kerres, Bettina left at the end of the 2012/13 season to join Kerres in setting up HELLO STAGE.

Ben Rayfield Ben Rayfield was born in Yorkshire, UK, and was a choral scholar at Oxford’s Magdalen, Oxford, where he studied Mathematics and Philosophy. He went on to sing professionally for 10 years, regularly performing and recording with ensembles such as The Sixteen, Tallis Scholars, BBC Singers, The English Concert and The Cardinall’s Musick.

2005. Rayfield Artists merged with Allied Artists Agency in September 2011 to form Rayfield Allied, where Ben holds the role of Managing Director.

Ben moved into artist management in 2003, initially working alongside Sue Nicholls in the vocal department at Hazard Chase before starting his own agency, Rayfield Artists, in

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speakerssaturday Anselm Rose Anselm Rose is the founder and managing partner of Deutscher Orchestertag Ltd and the former Chief Executive of Dresden Philharmonic, a position he held for 10 years (2004-2014). He had previously held the same post at the Munich Symphony Orchestra before becoming Executive Director of the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra and the Bergische Symphoniker. Anselm studied law, economics and political sciences at University of Konstanz. He went on to win an Eisenhower Fellowship to study arts management in the US United States. He is a member of the German Theatre and Orchestra

Association and is on the supervisory board of the Bayerische Versorgungskammer (a pension fund for stage performers and musicians). Anselm has published works on cultural economics, politics and management in titles such as the Deutscher Städtetag, European Journal of Cultural Economics and Das Orchester. He gives lectures and seminars throughout Europe and North and South America, and teaches at the Bundesakademie für kulturelle Bildung Wolfenbüttel as well as Dresden International University.

John Summers Chief Executive of The Hallé since 1999, John Summers was formerly Chief Executive of the Northern Sinfonia. John studied the cello at Trinity College of Music and worked in Scotland after graduating. While working as a freelance cellist with the Northern Sinfonia he was appointed to the management, finally ending up as Chief Executive in 1989. He was actively involved in the planning of the Sage, Gateshead before moving to manage The Hallé in Manchester. Since joining The Hallé he has been responsible for a number of new

initiatives, including a significant expansion of the orchestra’s Education and Ensemble Programme, and the creation of The Hallé’s own recording label. John was a member of the Board of the Association of British Orchestras from 1991 with a special interest in Education and Outreach matters, and in 1995 was appointed Chairman through to 1998. He went on to serve as Lead Adviser for Music to the Arts Council of England from 2003 to 2005 and is currently President of the Lakeland Concerts Society.

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The SOI meets with rapturous applause at Zurich’s Tonhalle The Symphony Orchestra of India’s three-concert tour of Switzerland earlier this year marked an important staging-post in the development of one of Asia’s most exciting young orchestras. Founded in 2006, the SOI is based at the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai and is the brainchild of the Centre’s Chairman, Khushroo Suntook. IAMA members may recall Mr Suntook’s presentation of the SOI at last year’s IAMA Conference in Helsinki. The event proved an invaluable opportunity to alert influential cultural leaders and promoters to the potential of India’s nascent Western classical music scene, highlighting the quality of a professional Indian-based orchestra that collaborates with conductors of the calibre of Charles Dutoit, Yuri Simonov and Augustin Dumay. The seed for the Swiss tour was sown in March 2014, during a meeting in Zurich between Mr Suntook and Mischa Damev, general director of Migros Kulturprozent Classics. As their discussions began to bear fruit, the challenge lay in devising a programme which would be different from those presented by European and American orchestras participating in the Migros Classics concert series. The importance of an Indian dimension to the programme was stressed by the promoter, and the response of the SOI’s management was to ask India’s leading tabla player, Zakir Hussain, to compose a concerto for tabla and the orchestra. The five-movement work, entitled Peshkar, is the SOI’s first commission and received its world premiere in Mumbai in September 2015, to huge acclaim from audiences and critics. Meanwhile, Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra proved to be an ideal partner-piece after the interval.

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This unusual two-concerto programme travelled to Switzerland in January this year, when the SOI played in some of the country’s leading venues: the Tonhalle, Zurich; Victoria Hall, Geneva; and the Tonhalle in St Gallen. On a freezing winter’s night in Zurich, the audience quickly warmed to the uniquely Indian strains of the tabla in the peerless hands of Zakir Hussain. Moreover, the packed hall was clearly impressed by the SOI’s deft handling of Bartók’s virtuosic Concerto under conductor Zane Dalal. The performance was met with an ovation, and similar scenes played out in Geneva and St Gallen, where the SOI’s musicians were given a rapturous reception by Swiss audiences. Critic Thomas Muller, writing for the classical music website Bachtrack, described his enchantment at SOI’s performance, adding: ‘Hats off to the Indian subcontinent which, drawing strength from its own heritage and culture, opens itself up to ours, offering us an intoxicating blend of musical styles. It seems very likely that this first tour will not be the last...’

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Arete Teemets Presented by the PLMF Music Trust Programme Handel Cleopatra’s aria ‘Da tempeste’ from Giulio Cesare Rossini Armida’s aria ‘D’amore al dolce impero’ from Armida

Thursday 7th April, 16:45

Estonian soprano Arete Teemets studied singing at the Estonian Music Academy with Nadia Kurem and at the Conservatorio di Musica Santa Cecilia with Rebecca Berg. In 2010, Teemets received First Prize in the sacred music category of the Santa Chiara Classical Singing Competition, and the following year took Third Prize at the International Opera Singers Competition in Spoleto. She went on to win the 2014 Concours Flame in Paris and was a Richard Wagner Society Bayreuth Stipendiat recipient in 2015. Arete Teemets has performed with the Belgian Baroque ensemble Ausonia at Festival de l’Abbaye de Saint-Michel en Thiérache and the Festival de Musique Ancienne de Ribeauvillé in France. Her operatic engagements have included the Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto and Estonian National Opera as well a gala concert with the celebrated Italian baritone Renato Bruson to mark the 50th anniversary of his stage debut. In 2012, she gave a solo concert at Estonia’s largest opera festival, Saaremaa Opera Days. This season, she performs the title role of Puccini’s Suor Angelica and the Governess in Britten’s The Turn of the Screw. Her repertoire includes Mozart’s Sandrina (La finta giardiniera), Rossini’s Fanny (La cambiale di matrimonio) and Puccini’s Kate Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly), plus soprano solos from oratorios such as Vivaldi’s Gloria and Magnificat, J S Bach’s St John Passion and Coffee Cantata, Charpentier’s Te Deum and Mozart’s Missa Brevis in G major. Arete Teemets has participated in masterclasses by Gabriella Tucci, Renato Bruson, Elisabeth Norberg Schulz, Ines Salazar, Joanna Kozlovska and Karan Armstrong. In 2013, she was a student at the Accademia Rossiniana in Pesaro under conductor Alberto Zedda. www.areteteemets.ee Arete Teemets will be accompanied by pianist Piia Paemurru

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Mariam Batsashvili

Amatis Piano Trio

Presented by the International Franz Liszt Competition

Presented by the International Franz Liszt Competition

Liszt/Handel Sarabande und Chaconne über Themen aus dem Singspiel ‘Almira’, S181

Friday 8th April, 16:45

Mariam Batsashvili (Georgia, 1993) won First Prize at the 10th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition at TivoliVredeburg in 2014. She also took home the Junior Jury Award and the Press Prize. Batsashvili is the first female winner of the Liszt Competition, an accolade that includes an extensive concert tour to 30 countries. The morning after the Finals in Utrecht she made her debut to a sold‐out audience in the main hall of Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra under conductor James Gaffigan. Mariam Batsashvili studied at the E Mikeladze Central Music School in Tbilisi with Natalia Natsvlishvili and at the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt in Weimar with Grigory Gruzman. Her other notable competition wins include First Prize at the International Franz Liszt Competition for Young Pianists (Weimar, 2011) and the prestigious Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli Prize (2015). As well as her native Georgia, Mariam has performed in Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Israel and South Africa, and is a regular concerto soloist with the Erfurt Philharmonisches Orchester and Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra. In the coming seasons, Batsashvili will work with renowned orchestras such as the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and Brussels Philharmonic. She will also appear at festivals such as the Beethovenfest Bonn, Pianofortissimo Festival Bologna and Delft Chamber Music Festival. Mariam Batsashvili has recently has been selected as a ‘Rising Star’ by ECHO (European Concert Hall Organisation) for the 2016/17 season, which will see her perform in Europe’s 21 most prestigious venues. She is a scholarship holder of Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. www.mariambatsashvili.com

Programme Your choice between Brahms, Schubert or Shostakovich!

Saturday 9th April, 11:15

The Amatis Piano Trio was founded in 2014 by German violinist Lea Hausmann, British cellist Samuel Shepherd and Dutch/Chinese pianist Mengjie Han. The 2015 Parkhouse Award winners are rapidly establishing themselves as a leading piano trio in Europe. The highlights of last season include concerts at the Wigmore Hall, Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam and Beethoven-Haus Bonn. They have performed extensively throughout Europe, including appearances at the Salzburg Chamber Music Festival, Grachtenfestival Amsterdam, Beethoven Festival Bonn and Utrecht Chamber Music Festival. Future engagements will see them travel to the Festival Pablo Casals in France as well as venues in Indonesia, China and the USA. Soon after forming the Amatis Piano Trio won the audience prize in Amsterdam’s renowned Grachtenfestival Competition, which led to many concerts in major venues throughout the Netherlands. In 2014 the trio was invited to the prestigious Trondheim International Chamber Music Academy in Norway, where they worked and performed with distinguished musicians such as Daniel Hope (Beaux Arts Trio), Miguel da Silva (Ÿsaye Quartet) and Hatto Beyerle (Alban Berg Quartet). In 2015 they became the youngest finalists of the International Chamber Music Competition ‘Schubert und die Musik der Moderne’ in Graz, Austria and shortly after were named ‘Dutch Classical Talent 2015/16’. The Amatis Piano Trio is committed to modern music and thus founded the Dutch Piano Trio Composition Prize encouraging young composers to help further the piano trio repertoire. They have been members of the European Chamber Music Academy since 2015. www.amatistrio.com

Canadian Showcase: kLoX Saturday 9th April – Conference Dinner Modulated Tabla and electronically processed Violin melodically unite during the Live PA performance of Gurpreet Chana ‘The Tabla Guy’ and Robert Mason. They focus on creating music that explores the vast reaches of dance floor oriented Electronic music by bringing together their classical training in Tabla and Violin and integrating it with computer-aided performance technology to create uniquely engineered rhythmic patterns and a sonically explosive soundscape. klox.bandcamp.com

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