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.
With a natural grace and artistry on stage, Clara-Jumi Kang has carved an international career across Europe, Asia and the US. Having studied under Zakhar Bron in Lübeck and Dorothy Delay at the Julliard School, Kang went onto gather accolades including the Gold Medal at the Indianapolis Violin Competition (2010) and First Prizes at the Seoul Violin Competition (2009) and the Sendai Violin Competition (2010).
Recent highlights include performances with the NHK Symphony Orchestra (c. Shimono), Seoul Philharmonic (c. Chung), Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony (c. Ollikainen), Rotterdam Philharmonic (c. Gergiev), Orchestre National de Belgique (c. Boreyko), Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (c. Yamada), New Jersey Symphony (c. Ziang) and the Atlanta Symphony.
Praised for her purity of sound and technical mastery, Clara-Jumi Kang's diverse repertoire ranges from Mozart, Sibelius and Bruch through to Berg, Britten and Shostakovich.
This week sees conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya and violinist Stefan Jackiw join forces with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra for a programme of Brahms Violin Concerto and Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4…
Adam Walker makes his debut with the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Mexico…
This week sees Vadym Kholodenko return to Japan for concerto and recital performances. He performs Rachmaninov Piano Concert No 2 with the Prague Radio Orchestra conducted by Ondrej Leonard, including a performance at Tokyo's Suntory Hall on Sunday 24 June.