February 2015 Last updated 20. 2. 2015

MAM Management is delighted to be collaborating with the Austrian actress
Andrea Eckert
on her latest chanson programme

Von der Ameisgasse in die Welt
Andrea Eckert
Lotte Lenya

The biographical one-woman show "From Vienna into the big wide world"
about the world-famous Lotte Lenya tells through the famous chansons the
dazzling life of this great artist born in Vienna and makes the fascination
of a former big star rise again.

Find more information on our Special Projects page.

  Charlie Siem - Under The Stars

We take pleasure in announcing the release of

Charlie Siem' s
latest CD
Under the Stars
with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester
conducted by Paul Goodwin

Read more about the release

Listen to Charlie Siem talking
about his Sony debut CD on YouTube

MAM Management is proud to be involved with the China debut of the world-famous
Salzburg Marionette Theatre
in 2015 for its 102nd anniversary.

Performances will include two wonderful works from its repertoire:
Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker"
the Salzburg classic:
"The Sound of Music"

Find more information on our Special Projects page.
The Nutcracker


M.A.M. Management at the 2014 AAPPAC Conference in Singapore
where more than 100 delegates from  twenty countries attended.





25th Anniversary Tour

Conductor: Jordi Savall                                Tour dates: 24. - 30. November 2016

Please inquire for further details.

Congratulations to Dame Evelyn Glennie, who received the

“Grammy Award 2014 –


Best Classical Instrumental Solo

for composer John Corigliano’s Concerto for Percussionist and String Orchestra, Conjurer, with Evelyn Glennie as solist.


Congratulations to Charlie Siem, who received the


The Children for Peace”

The Children for Peace (ONLUS) is an Italian NGO founded with the express purpose of assisting children worldwide who are in need of fundamental survival support. Many studies and humanitarian reports have been performed all of which have very similar findings. Despite the man-hours spent investigating the plight of these suffering children, there has been a lack of focus on the essential necessities that would allow these children to have the opportunity to change their conditions as well as the conditions of their immediate and future families. The Children for Peace (ONLUS) has taken on the cause of such children internationally and intends to pursue all possible avenues to provide them with the help and support that will allow for the best possible chance at a better future.

Children are caught in the wars of illiteracy, of armed conflict, of hunger, starvation, illness, and of isolation from opportunity. Although the task of remedying such situations is great, and often, to others, impossible, we know that the only way adversity is overcome is to confront it head-on and take all necessary actions to create change. It is with this in mind, that The Children for Peace was founded.

All donations we receive go directly to the projects we help fund

For donations please follow this link.


9th December 2013, Latvian National Opera, Riga

Pinchas Zukerman, violin & Camerata Salzburg

                Stravinsky: Pulcinella Suite
                Mozart Serenade “Hafner” KV 250 (Movements 1-4)
                Beethoven Romanze G Major
                Mozart Symphony E –flat Major KV 543   

Photo: Cheryl Mazak


An eclectic concert with Evelyn Glennie in the grounds of the Esterházy Palace

in Fertőd, Hungary, Saturday 10th Augsut 2013, presenting an exciting programme with concerti from
Schwantner, Gershwin, Vivaldi, Masson, Bernstein, Veldhuis amongst others.



Evelyn Glennie performing at the Opening Concert 2012 at the Viennese Opera House 
Theater an der Wien

M.A.M. is pleased to announce that Evelyn Glennie is participating in the  Opening Concert of the 2012-13 season at Theater an der Wien on the 6th September 2012.

A  musical reading of James Joyce´s Ulysses, An odyssey through Dublin on 16/6/1904, with texts and compositions in 18 episodes

A special melodramatic version for the Theater an der Wien by Klaus Buhlert and Manfred Hess. Music by various composers.

Leopold Bloom: Karl Markovics
Molly Bloom: Corina Harfouch
Stephen Dedalus: Nicholas Ofczarek
Percussion: Dame Evelyn Glennie

Theater an der Wien, Vienna
Copyright Paul Ot

London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

Dame Evelyn Glennie performed at the Opening Ceremony of  the London 2012 Olympic Games, watched by an estimated audience of 4 billion.

“Celebrated percussionist Evelyn Glennie, led 1,000 volunteer drummers as factory smokestacks then burst through the greenery”
Los Angeles Times

“Percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie was definitely heard on Friday night at the Olympic opening ceremony. The professional musician led 1,000 drummers while the rest of the actors shared a visual moment surrounding the English industrial revolution. With her instruments above the actual stage, the artist kept the beat as the actors gave a visual on how the changing times created the United Kingdom.”

“Birdsong that had played so peacefully over the million-watt speaker system gave way to the rising sound of drums, played first by Dame Evelyn Glennie with her hair whirling wild, then joined by many others in a thunderous rhythm”.
The Telegraph

Copyright Philipp Rathmer, Brigitte Magazin

Dame Emma Kirkby received Royal Award

M.A.M. artist Dame Emma Kirkby has been awarded Her Majesty’s Medal for Music for the Year 2010. 

2 June 2011 Dame Emma Kirkby was received by The Queen when Her Majesty presented her with The Queen's Medal for Music.

Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, current Master of The Queen's Music was present.

Dame Emma said she was “very pleased and grateful” to receive the Award. She said: “I feel extremely lucky to have worked so many years with excellent colleagues, both singers and instrumentalists, in the revival of music from the richest eras of our national heritage; this is repertoire offering joy and fulfilment to players and listeners alike and I am happy to see so many younger artists now adding their own voices to the endeavour.”

Sir Peter Maxwell Davies said: “I think it’s marvellous that the world of early music has been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Medal for Music, particularly that the award is going to Dame Emma Kirkby, who has done more than anybody to put this music in the centre of our musical consciousness.”


Dame Emma is the sixth winner of the award, which was introduced in 2005 and is made annually to an individual or group judged to have had a major influence on the musical life of GB. Previous winners are Sir Charles Mackerras (2005), Bryn Terfel (2006), Professor Judith Weir (2007), Kathryn Tickell (2008) and Sir Colin Davis (2009).

Congratulations Dame Emma!




 Quasthoff & Mozart

Thomas Quasthoff - Baritone, Camerata Salzburg


Mozart Symphonie C-Dur KV 388
Mozart „Così dunque tradisci“ KV 432
Mozart „Per questa bella mano“ KV 612
Mozart Symphonie D-Dur KV 385 „Haffner“
Mozart „Mentre ti lascio, o figlia“ KV 513
Mozart „Rivolgete a lui lo sguardo“ KV 584

20. & 21.March.2011 Konzerthaus,Vienna, Austria
23. March 2011, Budapest
25. March 2011, Istanbul






  Mozart in China


Standing ovations for the Camerata Salzburg´s concerts

in Suzhou and Shanghai




Mozart in China


We are pleased to announce that the Camerata Salzburg returns to China for concerts in October 2010.  



After their highly successful concert at the Shanghai Concert Hall in 2009 the orchestra will appear at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on 19th October as part of the 2010 World EXPO.


Lukas Hagen and Iris Juda-Hagen will perform on the violin and viola which belonged to W.A. Mozart. This will be the very first time that these instruments will be seen and heard in China .

On 17 October the orchestra will perform at the “Suzhou Science and Cultural Arts Centre”.



Mahler/Schönberg: Das Lied von der Erde

with Petra Lang -  Mezzo-Soprano, Christian Elsner - Tenor, 
and Camerata Salzburg 



1. June 2011
San Sebastian, Spain



An uplifting concert performed by

Magdalena Consort at the MDR Summer Festival

in the Bach Church Arnstadt on 23.7.2009

with Gilian Keith; Sopran – Robin Blaze; Alt – James Gilchrist; Tenor, – Peter Harvey; Bass.

"The exellent Magdalena Consort Baroque Orchestra convinced with its stupendous compentence, well balanced playing and a splendid luxurious baroque sound". 

"The singing of the four Bach specialists was overwhelming, pure joy to experience four artists  of this calibre - a unified sound - one can consider oneself fortunate to have heard such fine artistry" (Bach Weblog