Sulivan Sweetland is an international artist management company developing the careers of conductors, solo instrumentalists and ensembles all over the world. Our hallmarks are our integrity and our imaginative approach which delivers a bespoke service tailored to the individual’s needs.
Our boutique team of six complements experience with a curiosity for developing trends in concert presentation reflecting the diverse audiences of today’s world. We share a passion for classical music, a desire to nurture and support our musicians and a belief in the fundamental power of classical music to connect peoples and enrich all lives.
We are delighted to announce that Swiss-Australian conductor, Elena Schwarz, has been appointed to the Dudamel Fellowship programme for the 2018-19 season. The Fellowship is an opportunity to further develop her craft and enrich her musical experience through personal mentorship from Gustavo Dudamel and participation in the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra’s concerts, educational and community programmes.
Her appointment sees her conduct performances of Brahms Symphony No 1 as part of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s “Symphonies for Youth” and she will participate as cover conductor working with Gustavo Dudamel, Daniel Harding, Susanna Mälkki, Ludovic Morlot, John Adams and Michael Tilson-Thomas amongst others and serve as mentor through participation with the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles
About her appointment Elena Schwarz commented: "I’m truly honoured to have been awarded this opportunity to work alongside Gustavo Dudamel, visiting artists, and the musicians of the LA Philharmonic. I look forward to learning and being inspired by their wonderful music making.”
This week sees Stefan Jackiw returning to the Netherlands to perform Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with Residentie Orkest on 18th and 21st September under the baton of Nicholas Collon.
This week, Leonard Elschenbroich will be performing in the Leicester International Music Festival as part of the ‘A New World: Composers who moved to America’ series. He will be performing various works by Rachmaninov, Martinů and Dvořák.
On 14 September 2018, Augustin Hadelich will perform Bartók's Violin Concerto No. 2 with the Belgian National Orchestra alongside conductor, Hugh Wolff.