Association of British Orchestras

Senior Artist Manager and Manager, The King’s Singers

Intermusica Artists' Management Ltd £50,000 Closing date 19 August 2022
• General Management of The King’s Singers international career, developing and implementing their long-term career strategies, booking their performing and recording engagements worldwide and overseeing their delivery to completion.
• Negotiation of fees and terms of The King’s Singers contracts which best serve their commercial interests.
• Management of relationships with record labels and other media partners, handling existing agreements and setting up new projects for The King’s Singers’s to enhance their touring/performance profiles.
• Support the The King’s Singers as they continue to develop their work at the forefront of new digital media and technology and new concert formats.
• Collaborate with our International Touring, Vocal & Opera and imagine Departments to devise new and innovative projects and maximise opportunities for the group across the globe.
• Collaborate and co-ordinate with our Communications & Marketing Department in the offering and delivery of promotional services to The King’s Singers.
• Work closely with The King’s Singers Global Foundation to help realise the Foundation’s objectives in close collaboration with the members of the group and the Foundation’s Trustees.

• Establishing new and developing existing working relationships with promoters worldwide.
• Be an active senior member of Artist Management team contributing to strategy, financial planning, acquisitions and marketing.
• To identify and secure new talent in line with our agreed criteria.
• Line-manage an Assistant Artist Manager, overseeing their work and ensuring their individual progress and development.
• Represent Intermusica in the industry by attending events as a company ambassador.


• Track record of success in driving through creative artistic strategy, sales and income generation.
• Understanding of the classical music market and industry in territories around the world, and a broad international network of contacts.
• Proven track record in fee/contract negotiation and commercial agreements, including an understanding of issues surrounding record deals, media rights and broadcast/streaming requests.
• Ability to balance big-picture thinking with grasp of detail and to handle complex, nuanced situations.
• Organisational skills and resilience necessary to manage a multi-sided workload in a fast-paced environment.
• Effective line-management skills and being a team-player
• Excellent English language skills, written and spoken.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office.

Contact details
020 7609 9934
5 Chancery Lane
London WC2A 1LG

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