Ikon Arts Management is a forward-thinking music management agency representing some of the finest artists in the world.
With over 20 years' experience in music management, Ikon Arts Management develops worldwide concerts and tours, special projects and events for some of the world’s leading a cappella vocal groups, established and emerging soloists and diverse contemporary ensembles.
Ikon Arts Management presents some of the world’s leading vocal ensembles, chamber ensembles and soloists. Our artists include internationally established soloists and ensembles, as well as some of today's most inspiring young talent, including Vocal Ensembles, Instrumentalists & Conductors, Chamber Ensembles, World Music and Jazz Artists.
From emerging ensembles to event management and world music tours, Ikon Arts Management has four flagship projects of international renown: Eaton Square Concerts, London A Cappella Festival, London A Cappella International Summer School and Songlines Encounters Festival.
Jason Lai is a leading light in a new generation of Asian conductors, and has recently been appointed Associate Conductor for both the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. He is also the Principal Conductor of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory Orchestra and frequently appears with orchestras all over the world as a guest conductor.
Featured artistJason Lai Find out more
The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge and director Graham Ross have a wonderful few weeks ahead of them leading up to Christmas, starting with an appearance on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune with Sean Rafferty on Tuesday 1 December.Find out more
London A Cappella International Summer School
A high quality and intensive four day course with a varied programme of events. With workshops and performances from some of the finest a cappella performers and educators in the industry, this is a vocal experience like no other.
Featured projectLondon A Cappella International Summer School Find out more
A number of Ikon artists are performing festive programmes in venues across the capitalFind out more