Ikon Arts-Edition Peters announces new additions to the artist list

To coincide with the beginning of the 19/20 season, Ikon Arts-Edition Peters is proud to present four recent additions to the artist list for worldwide management.

Thomas Gould is a violinist with wide-ranging musical interests who “refuses to be defined by a single genre” (Guardian). Sought after for his interpretation of contemporary music and jazz whilst remaining dedicated to core classical repertoire, Gould is one of this generation’s most charismatic and talented musicians.
Upcoming highlights: 5 October, The Gwilym Simcock Trio with Thomas Gould
11 October, Sinfonietta Riga (leader and soloist); Mozart, Schubert and Tabakova
Contact: Costa Peristianis

Winner of the 2018 BBC Music Magazine Instrumental Award, Fenella Humphreys is one of the UK’s most established and versatile violinists, and has won critical admiration and audience acclaim with the lyrical grace and intensity of her playing. She enjoys a busy career combining chamber music and solo work, performing in prestigious venues around the world.
Upcoming highlight: 12 October, solo Bach recital at the ancient Serefiye Cistern in Istanbul
Contact: Ellie Shouls

British/American Rebecca Miller is Chief Conductor of the Uppsala Kammarorkester and Associate Conductor of the Southbank Sinfonia, and a champion of unjustly-neglected female composers. Celebrated for her energetic and compelling presence on the podium, Rebecca is also renowned for her extensive work with young musicians.
Upcoming highlight: 19 September, Southbank Sinfonia, highlighting the music of Dorothy Howell
Contact: Hannah Marsden

Pianist Melvyn Tan established his international reputation with pioneering performances on the fortepiano and continues to cast fresh light on music conceived for the piano’s early and modern forms. Born in Singapore and educated at the Yehudi Menuhin School and Royal College of Music, Melvyn Tan has performed with many of the world’s great orchestras and conductors.
Upcoming highlight: 11 December, Wigmore Hall, Performance for Kevin Volans’ 70th birthday with Calefax and the Signum Quartet
Contact: Nicola Semple

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