Contacts
Sciolino Artist Management
230 Central Park West, Suite 14-J
New YorkNY10024
United States of America
Phone212-721-9975
MarianneSciolino
Executive Director
Phone212.721.9975
Mobile646.391.5517
Marianne Sciolino is the founder and executive director of Sciolino Artist Management (SAM), a New York-based firm that represents award-winning classical instrumentalists, ensembles, and conductors for engagements with orchestras and in concert venues worldwide. Through her efforts, SAM artists have performed in Cuba, Costa Rica, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, South Africa, Ethiopia, the UK, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Taiwan, Japan, and throughout the United States. Prior to establishing SAM in 2005, she spent fifteen years in international finance and seven years as a university professor of Spanish Language and Linguistics. A native of Buffalo who has worked in Canada, Mexico, Spain, and Italy as well as the U.S., she holds an MBA in Finance from New York University; earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Spanish from the University of Toronto; and studied piano at the Community Music School of Buffalo and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
ChesterLane
Director of Communications
United States of America
Phone917.348.6498
Chester Lane joined Sciolino Artist Management as Director of Communications in 2017. An award-winning music journalist and magazine editor specializing in the activities of symphony orchestras, he worked for more than 38 years at the League of American Orchestras, serving as senior editor of its official magazine Symphony from 1989 to 2017. He continues to write articles on a freelance basis. Chester holds a bachelor’s degree cum laude in English literature from Harvard College and a master’s degree from the Medill School of journalism at Northwestern University, with further training in piano. A lifelong choral singer, he performed with the Harvard Glee Club and the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ, and is currently a performing member and board president of New York’s Canterbury Choral Society.
Gabriela Fahnenstiel
Artist Manager
Phone917.826.2193
Gabriela Fahnenstiel joined Sciolino Artist Management as Artist Manager in 2019. Previous to this she worked at IMG Artists in NYC. Born and raised in Germany, Gabriela holds a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from the Musikakademie Basel in Switzerland and a master’s degree from the Manhattan School of Music in New York. She played recitals throughout Europe and America, and is a consummate chamber musician. Gabriela is the artistic director of the international concert series “Mary Codman Classics” in her hometown Laufenburg.
HattieSimon
Executive Assistant
Phone207.485.2227
Hattie Simon joined Sciolino Artist Management in 2019 as Executive Assistant. Hattie was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, but spent the majority of her upbringing in the Portland, Maine area. In 2014 she moved to New York City to begin a dual degree program at The New School, where she would go on to pursue degrees in Jazz Vocal Performance and Global Studies, as well as a minor in French Studies. Today Hattie is a vocalist and composer based in Brooklyn, and her versatility as a singer has allowed her to work with and lead a wide variety of ensembles based in NYC, and led her to perform across the U.S and abroad. She performs, records, and composes in a wide range of styles, including neo-soul, avant-jazz, modern jazz, and pop.
MasonMillard
Database Manager
Sciolino Artist Management, Germany
Königsberger Str. 49
D- 79725 Laufenburg (Baden)
Germany
Phone+49 174 6036418 (only WhatsApp calls)
GabrielaFahnenstiel
Artist Manager
Germany
Phone+1 917.826.2193
Phone+49 174 6036418 (only WhatsApp calls)