About Us

Sartory Artists is a dynamic music management agency, which makes a point of personalizing its services to the artists represented. We specialize in the classical domain, with a particular focus on instrumentalists, chamber music, orchestral tours, diffusion of projects, from the repertoire of the 17th century to that of the 21st century. Sartory Artists is comitted to well-established artists enjoying an international influence as well as rising stars from the new generation. «Of music before everything» is the passion we share and we aim at making classical alive now, at all times and in all places!

 

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Eugénie Guibert

Managing Director/ Artist Manager

A graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon and the Royal College of Music in London, Eugénie Guibert was a violinist playing in major orchestras before embarking on her professional career on the other side of the stage. After an experience with the Concours International Long Thibaud in Paris, she trained in artist management at CLB Management in London before founding her own agency Sartory Artists in 2011.

 Without ever losing her sensitivity as a musician, she has built up a solid expertise as an artist's manager over the last 10 years. She represents internationally renowned artists as well as young talents, some of whom were awarded "Instrumental Soloist Revelation" at the Victoires de la Musique Classique, or ECHO Rising Star. Passionate about contemporary music, she regularly contributes to the creation of new works alongside her artists. She likes to approach music in a different way by accompanying unexpected projects and by committing herself to the performance of unknown works. Eugénie Guibert is a member of the International Artist Manager's Association, the Association Française des Agents Artistiques and is on the ‘Editorial Advisory Board’ of the Classical Music Artists platform. Since May 2022, Sartory Artists is the partner agency of the Concours de Genève in charge of the "Prizewinners' Career development program".