Ikon Arts-Edition Peters is a forward-thinking music management partnership representing some of the finest artists in the world.
The partnership between Ikon Arts Management and Edition Peters Artist Management (EPAM) unites both companies' expertise and experience, to bring an unique synergy to the varying strands of artists' working lives.
With over 20 years' experience in music management, Ikon Arts-Edition Peters 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, as well as linking concerts with recordings and publishing opportunities.
From emerging ensembles to event management and world music tours, our projects include the internationally renowned London A Cappella Festival, Eaton Square Concerts, and EP Sounds, our in-house record label.
Hailed by the critics as “Monsieur 100,000 Volts”, pianist Andreas Boyde’s performances have electrified audiences worldwide. His recitals in renowned concert venues and appearances as soloist have secured his reputation as an esteemed pianist.
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Michael Collins and Ēriks Ešenvalds both feature in this year's BBC PromsFind out more
“Among the finest klezmer ensembles on the planet” (The Australian), She’Koyokh is “one of London’s musical treasures, playing the best Balkan and klezmer music in Britain.” (The Evening Standard). With four internationally acclaimed studio albums, this prize-winning ensemble has over fifteen years of expertise in traditional music from across the Balkans.
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Cantabile – The London Quartet
Cantabile – The London Quartet has been delighting audiences for 30 years with its diverse range of programmes. From a cappella favourites to the sacred music of the last millennium, they are outstanding in both Comedy and the Classics.
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Graham Ross will conduct DR VokalEnsemblet (the Danish National Radio Choir) for the first time in a 4-concert tour of Denmark, performing a programme of repertoire celebrating the English Choral Tradition from Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II.Find out more