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.

Artists

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.

Projects

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.

Amy Dickson

Twice GRAMMY-nominated Amy Dickson made history by becoming the first saxophonist and the first Australian to win a Classic Brit Award, as 2013 MasterCard Breakthrough Artist of the Year.

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Ex Cathedra

Ex Cathedra has established an international reputation as one of the UK's leading choirs and Early Music ensembles, comprising specialist choir, vocal consort, period-instrument orchestra and thriving education programme.

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Katherine Bryan

One of the world's most outstanding young flute soloists, Katherine Bryan is known for her virtuosic, expressive performances and exceptionally rich, warm tone.

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Stile Antico’s USA tour is ‘top pick’ in Boston Globe and New York Times

After a 7-concert tour which covered five US states and British Columbia, Canada, Stile Antico return home to rave reviews of their trip. The tour began on the east coast in Boston and New York, where the group’s concerts were chosen as “top picks” in the Boston Globe and New York Times respectively. It ended 10 days later with a picturesque ferry journey into Vancouver for the final concert.

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