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Emma read music at Exeter University including performance studies in piano and wrote her dissertation on Contemporary Music at the Proms. She worked at Sony Music and later as an Artist Manager both in Australia and London before founding Sulivan Sweetland in 2000. She served on the board of IAMA for several years and organized seminars on New Technologies in Artist Management and was a member of the IAMA Broadcasting and Media Sub-Committee. With a belief in the power of communication through music, she is an ambassador for the charity Music As Therapy International [www.musicastherapy.org] which devises and implements innovative, bespoke music therapy projects to disadvantaged communities. Emma is an enthusiastic open water swimmer, and her adventurous travels have included a three-month expedition to the Borneo Rainforest.
Angela has a degree in music and psychology and began her career as concert manager at Basil Douglas Ltd before founding Tennant Artists in 1985. She set up Sulivan Sweetland in 2000 to focus on conductors and solo instrumentalists. She managed Ravi Shankar for almost 30 years as well as other distinguished musical giants such as Jorge Bolet and Grigory Sokolov and several ensembles including the Florestan Trio for the 16 years of their existence. With a lifelong passion for the music of Benjamin Britten, Angela becomes a Trustee of the Britten Pears Foundation in 2017.
A curiosity for other cultures and a keen trekker, she has travelled with her family through Indonesia, Brazil, Malaysia, Australia, The Philippines, South Africa, Tanzania, Komodo Islands and most recently Japan.
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Lizzy studied music at Durham University, having been awarded a scholarship by the Sir Thomas Beecham Trust to encourage her studies as a clarinettist. After graduating in 2009 with a BA (hons), she first joined the Sulivan Sweetland team as an intern, an experience which introduced her to Ravi Shankar for whom she then worked as PA and assistant tour manager. She returned to the UK at the end of 2010 to re-join Sulivan Sweetland as an Artist Administrator and has since progressed through the company to become an Artist Manager. Lizzy has a disparate taste of musical influences and whilst being classically trained finds her home in the world, jazz and folk genres. Outside of work Lizzy is a keen sportswoman and member of the London Wayfarers Hockey Club. She is an avid vinyl collector, jazz club aficionado, festival goer and likes hosting dinner parties.
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Claire studied for her undergraduate degree in French and German at Royal Holloway, University of London, also attending the Université Lumière Lyon 2 and the Universität Konstanz as part of her studies abroad. She went on to study flute Performance at Postgraduate level at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama graduating with a MMus. Following her studies Claire undertook internships at IMG Artists and the Classical Opera Company before joining the Sulivan Sweetland team in 2011. Away from the office Claire can be found hitting aces on the tennis court, playing her flute in Kensington Symphony Orchestra and riding horses along the Welsh coastline.
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Tom is a recent graduate of Merton College, Oxford, where he achieved a First Class degree in Music, focusing on performance and including a dissertation on heavy metal. Tom is a former chairman of Schola Cantorum of Oxford and, since graduating, he has worked for Oxford Lieder, Intermusica Artist Management and the Association of British Orchestras. Alongside working at Sulivan Sweetland, Tom is a freelance singer (bass-baritone) and choral conductor, and the Artistic Director of the award-winning chamber choir, Sansara. Beyond music, Tom is a food-lover, aspiring photographer and keen traveller with recent trips to Colombia, Central Asia and Myanmar.
1 Hillgate Place, Balham Hill, London SW12 9ER
Our offices are based in Clapham, South London, a 5 minute walk from Clapham South station (Northern Line) or a 10 minute walk from Balham train station.
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