We are delighted to introduce our new magazine, The Green Room. Published quarterly, The Green Room will feature news and stories from the artists and projects we manage, as well as discuss wider topics affecting our profession. Each issue will have a central focus, in addition to general content.
View all previous editions here.
Issue 3 Autumn 2018: China focus
In this issue:
Long Yu speaks to Sophie Rashbrook about the dramatic changes and vigorous vitality in China’s cultural industry, breaking down cultural boundaries and dispelling the myth of ‘eastern’ and ‘western’ music
Chinese classical guitar pioneer Xuefei Yang discusses her overseas learning and living experiences, the importance of commissioning new work and her pride in bringing Chinese music into her instrument’s repertoire
Violinist Ziyu He talks to us about competitions, the balance between studying and performing, and the joy behind music
Spotlights on conductors Huang Yi, and Nicholas Carter, and soprano Asmik Grigorian
A look back at how AH’s relationship with China began, and at the value of a two-way relationship with the country
Project Manager Aislinn Ryan gives us the lowdown on touring a theatrical production
The Leeds International Piano Competition: Gaetan Le Divelec & Adam Gatehouse in conversation
News from Samuel Dale Johnson, Daniel Harding, Kirsten MacKinnon, Matthew Rose, Ainars Rubikis & Virginie Verrez, plus four new signings
Meet the team: Artist Manager Susie Murray
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