Date: December 2, 2020
IRCPA Presents – Wednesday, December 2 on Zoom: MOVING ARTISTS FORWARD: A CONVERSATION WITH MANAGERS KATHY DOMONEY AND ANDREW KWAN
Two of Canada’s foremost artists managers, Kathy Domoney and Andrew Kwan , discuss their new initiatives they have devised to move their artists forward, in the latest Zoom conversation presented by the International Resource Centre for Performing Artists , a service organization for Canada’s musicians.
Debra Chandler, a founding IRCPA member, hosts the discussion, Moving Artists Forward, Wednesday, December 2, at 4:30 pm EST, on Zoom. Attendance is free, but pre-registration is required, with an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: Dec. 2 at 3:30 p.m. The Zoom link will be sent closer to the date. More information is available at the IRCPA .
Both Kwan and Domoney are members of NAPAMA, North American Performing Arts Managers/Agents.
Director of Domoney Artists, Kathy Domoney enjoyed her own successful career of more than 25 years as a lyric soprano – and took part in the IRCPA’s programs in her early years. In 2008 she turned to artist management in 2008 to guide and assist established and emerging singers in their careers. During the pandemic, she conceived and has produced Opera Breaks, a series of “cinema meets opera” videos. Working with director François Racine, she has showcased 10 singers from her roster, filmed in unexpected locations in Toronto by Coffeeshop Creative. A new video on this “cinematic musical journey” has appeared weekly since early October on Instagram.
Now in his 29th season as director of Andrew Kwan Artists Management Inc., Andrew Kwan is internationally respected for his work in career development and management for many of Canada's most established classical musicians. His recent project The New Genserves as a springboard for talented young musicians on the cusp their professional career, by pairing two up and coming Canadian instrumentalists with a veteran artist in a concert of solo and chamber works, which will be toured. The inaugural season will feature pianist James Parker performing with and mentoring The New Gen artists Brian Mangrum, horn, and Boson Mo, violin.
A charitable organization, the IRCPA serves emerging professional musicians in their search for excellence and international careers since 1983.
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