About Sciolino Artist Management (SAM)

Sciolino Artist Management (SAM) is a New York-based artist management firm dedicated to working closely with orchestras, presenters, and festivals to deliver excellent musicianship while meeting their programming and budgetary needs. It represents artists of the highest caliber who perform globally with orchestras and in prestigious recital venues, engaging audiences in both traditional concert settings and through educational activities. Established in 2004, the firm is headquartered on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, with a staff consisting of Marianne Sciolino, Founder and Executive Director; Chester Lane, Director of Communications; and Isaac Bunch, Artist Manager.

Soloists on the SAM roster include Michael Brown and Gabriela Martinez, piano; Amy Porter, flute; José Franch-Ballester, clarinet (the Americas); Tessa Lark, Elena Urioste, Melissa White, and Francisco Fullana, violin; Carter Brey and Nicholas Canellakis, cello. Ensembles include the Canellakis-Brown Duo (cello & piano); the Brown-Urioste-Canellakis Trio (piano trio); the Boreal Trio (clarinet, viola, piano); Trio Virado (flute, viola, guitar); and Harlem Quartet (string quartet). Also on the SAM roster are two conductors: David Amado, Music Director & Conductor of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra and the Atlantic Classical Orchestra, and Piotr Gajewski, Music Director & Conductor of the National Philharmonic.

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