Classeek is inviting very select group of internationally established performing artists to become Classeek Ambassadors by recommending musicians who particularly touched them, who they believe would benefit from the two year program and who are ready for a significant career in music.
The qualities we seek in our Ambassadors are significant access to and knowledge of rising artists, as well as a genuine interest in mentoring musicians.
The Classeek Ambassador Program offers:
Performance opportunities: in the Classeek Showroom series and Classeek partnerships with festivals
Career advice, Social media visibility, management assistance (if needed)
Connect & collaborate with other leading artists and community
Support for creation of professional materials including photography, presence with video and audio recordings
Access and support through use of Classeek tools
I welcome Classeek's initiative to create opportunities for these talented artists to be heard and am delighted for my "Building Bridges" pianists to be included.
— Sir András Schiff, pianist
Geniuses create music that stays with mankind across centuries. With data science at the service of our promising musicians, Classeek is providing them with a state of the art support, network and platform throughout their development.
— Emmanuel Pahud, flutist
Support and create connections between tomorrow's artists, this is what makes Classeek unique.
— Renaud Capuçon, violinist
Thanks Classeek for this beautiful energy, trust and highlight today's and tomorrow's talents.
— Gautier Capuçon, cellist
Connecting the most advanced communication tools to serve tomorrow’s most promising musicians, this is the unique challenge aimed by Classeek.
For this we must be thankful and devoted
— Michel Béroff, pianist
Classeek supports young performers who next to their talent as virtuosos are driven by that strong idealism which makes a truly great musician.
— Sergio Azzolini, bassoonist
Classeek is a compelling new tool for musicians, promoters and sponsors: it allows new and direct connections between all of us and beyond the existing circuits which often appear rigid and impenetrable.
— Markus Wyler, music manager, dramaturg