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 thrilled to welcome the Dudok Quartet Amsterdam for General Management.
Forging a reputation for its innovative and resourceful approach, the Dudok Quartet Amsterdam holds at its core its mission of “sharing the heart of music”. The Quartet is committed to crafting unique and eclectic programmes in order to continually find new and creative ways of communicating with its audiences. Bringing a wonderfully imaginative and intelligent approach to its programming, the Quartet regularly explores repertoire ranging from Ligeti and Weinberg through to Mendelssohn and Haydn as well as its own arrangements of works by composers including Gesualdo, des Prez and Brahms.
Recipient of a 2018 Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award prize winner at competitions including the Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition, the Dudok Quartet’s intelligently crafted recordings for Resonus Classics have already gathered international critical acclaim, with The Telegraph praising the latest disc (2018) as “enthralling from start to finish” (5 Stars).
Putting originality, flair and versatility at the front and centre of their approach, this exciting young Quartet has already begun to carve a firm niche for itself on the international stage.
This week, the Vision string Quartet perform in three concerts across Israel, in Jerusalem’s YMCA Auditorium, the Haifa Auditorium and Israel Music Conservatory (Tel Aviv).
On Friday 14th December, Leonard Elschenbroich will perform Saint-Saen’s Cello Concerto No 1 and Tchaikovsky’s Andante Cantabile with the BBC Philharmonic.