BMR Artist & Project Management develops classical concert productions with personally associated artists and provides them to public and private promoters. In its concerts, the concert agency works with artists who set standards in their interpretations through rigorously individualistic artistic depth.
The foundation of my path into the world of classical music was laid by the concert pianist and piano teacher Mr. Michael Hubert-Gallée with his excellent teaching methodology and musical imprint at the renowned music high school at St. Stephan in Augsburg. I was a choir singer at school, during my studies and most recently with the Augsburg choir Vox Augustana, for whose association I also served as 1st chairman of the board. Another musical companion was the bass-baritone Maximilian Lika, with whom I performed as a song accompanist in my younger years. With the pianist Konstantin Lukinov I have a regular pianistic exchange on repertoire and interpretations of piano music.
Already during my studies of business administration in Bayreuth and Berlin I became intensively interested in cultural management, especially in concert and agency management. I gained my first management experience as an employee at festivals. Concerts as an independent promoter and co-producer followed. Subsequently, I held various management positions in sales, especially in the IT industry, and looked after clients of different sizes, from small businesses to large multinational corporations. In 2018, I was managing partner and director of Festival MúsicaMallorca. From 2017 to 2019, I organized the Augsburg Concerts concert series as a local promoter. Since 2018, the concert direction BMR Artist & Project Management exists in the development and placement of concerts to promoters.
In my university education as a business graduate, I dealt with legal and accounting issues in the music industry. My book "The 360 Degree Model in the Music Industry" is available online here.
Porträt - Augsburger Allgemeine, 27. Januar 2018: "Damit die Musik an den Mann kommt"