About Us

Based in Vienna, ARSIS Artist Management was founded to be the leading management agency for world-class and internationally renowned conductors, singers and stage directors. Simultaneously, it is our objective to discover outstanding new talent, to foster such artists on the path to the peak of the artistic world. The name ARSIS (“upbeat” in Greek) was therefore consciously chosen as it stands on the one hand for the establishment of our office while implying our dual mission of bringing new momentum to the careers of established artists, and serving as catalyst at the start of young artists’ career. Our collaboration with Lewin Artist’s Management establishes our foundation on many years of experience. The guiding principles of our work with artists and promoters alike are trust, a sense of artistic responsibility and strategic vision, while our artistic work is measured by the highest quality and the long-term durability of our artists’ careers and our relationships with promoters. Our top priority is always the music. We undertake all our work with the dedication and enthusiasm necessary to serve as the “upbeat” for launching the artists we represent to the most important orchestras and opera houses in the world.

 

Latest News

PHILIPPE JORDAN
STREAMING, CONCERTS, PREMIERES DURING COVID
UPDATE

Although the COVID pandemic made many projects impossible, we are pleased that Philippe Jordan was able to finish the old year with the revival of “Der Rosenkavalier” at the Vienna State..

RAMÓN TEBAR APPOINTED
ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL CONDUCTOR
OF THE ORQUESTA DE VALENCIA STARTING 2021/2022

Thursday, February 11, 2021. Palau de la Música, Valencia. The Councilor of Culture and President of the Palau de la Música, Gloria Tello, and the General Director of the Palau, Vicent Ros have confirmed..

SEBASTIAN WEIGLE
RETURN TO TOKYO
CONCERTS AND TANNHÄUSER

Despite the difficult travel situation, Sebastian Weigle returned to Tokyo and conducted the Yomiuri Orchestra in his role as principal conductor. The program included Beethoven’s 9th Symphony..