About Enticott Music Management
A note from Kathryn Enticott
I have always loved managing artists and take huge pleasure in helping great musicians accomplish their ambitions and dreams. The music world is in a constant state of change which can be challenging but these shifting sands opens up so many opportunities for new and creative ways of working within the industry. No single person has all of the necessary skills to deliver an artists’ goals in their entirety, but understanding that, and being willing to collaborate with partners who share a vision and offer complementary strengths is the best way to forge new pathways and to secure the best possible results for our artists and the wider cultural community.
Having been involved in the performing arts for all my working life, I have been lucky enough to encounter some brilliant, creative and passionate people. I have built enduring relationships with my colleagues in orchestras, concert halls, festivals, broadcasting and recording companies, as well as in corporations, media organisations and foundations. Ours is a world of relationships – a manager’s relationship with an artist is built on mutual respect, trust and integrity – as are relationships with ones colleagues. However much new technologies and commercial realities change aspects of what we do and how we work, they will never replace these personal relationships and connections that are so critical in our field.
It is with this in mind that I have set up Enticott Music Management. EMM will provide personal and bespoke management to the artists and clients we represent and support.
Thank you for visiting our new website and for the many messages of support we have received since we launched EMM on 1st October, 2014. We have hit the ground running and it is with anticipation, enthusiasm and much excitement that we embark on this new adventure – thank you for joining us for the ride.
Director – Enticott Music Management.
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Joining the dots…
Either directly or in partnership with other organisations, EMM can provide event management; can advise on marketing and branding strategy; can coordinate a recording production from start to finish and is available for consultancies on other forms of music and the performing arts. Please contact us for more information.
A&R and Product Development
Kathryn studied Music and English at the University of Birmingham. After graduation, she joined artist management company Intermusica as an assistant. The firm was a three-person operation at the time, so she was thrown in at the deep end, working on both Artist Management and Orchestral Touring – on a very fast learning curve. She joined Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group in 1987 as Music Production Administrator. Her five-year tenure at RUG spanned the opening of Phantom of the Opera on Broadway, the opening of Aspects of Love in London’s West End and culminated with a new production of Joseph, starring Jason Donovan. Kathryn was also responsible, in association with the Raymond Gubbay office, for setting up and planning the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber tours with Sarah Brightman and Michael Ball in the UK.
Kathryn has managed, or been involved in the management of many of the world’s leading conductors and soloists including Sir James Galway, Joshua Bell, Lang Lang, Hilary Hahn, Thomas Dausgaard, Stéphane Denève, and current EMM artists conductors Semyon Bychkov, Alan Gilbert (for Europe) and Franz Welser-Möst; conductor and violinist Nikolaj Znaider; pianist Leif Ove Andsnes; and guitarist Miloš Karadaglić. In 1991, Kathryn joined IMG Artists as a Manager. She was promoted to Associate Director in 1998, Director in 2004 and became Managing Director of Artist Management in 2009. She founded Enticott Music Management in October 2014.
Joseph joined IMG Artists in April 2012 and has been a member of the EMM team since Kathryn founded the company in 2014. He studied trumpet at the Royal Academy of Music, holds an Advanced PADI scuba diving certificate, has a passion for cars, and learns French in his spare time.
Kaija graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2017, where she studied oboe. She joined IMG Artists in June 2017. Having grown up in Germany and Finland, she spends her spare time exploring Europe by train, baking Nordic treats, and reading crime dramas. An avid concertgoer, she is a particular fan of the weird and wonderful world of contemporary classical music.
Originally from Lodz, the city where Arthur Rubinstein was born, Magda graduated from the Bacewicz Academy of Music and her first job was as a concert coordinator in the Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic.
She moved to Southern Europe after 5 years and worked at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland and for an Italian Artist Management agency before coming to London in January 2019 to join the EMM team. A baroque and choral music enthusiast, in her free time she likes to cooks (especially Italian food) and cycle (especially long-distance).
Beverley studied music at King’s College London and the Royal College of Music, graduating in 2013 as a singer. She worked for 5 years in arts marketing at the Philharmonia Orchestra, Monteverdi Choir & Orchestra, and St John’s Smith Square before joining IMG Artists in 2018. Outside of work, Beverley is a member of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s new Ambassadors Forum. She also curated the 2019 Clara Schumann Festival at St John’s Smith Square, and is now working towards a second festival in 2021.