New York-based Concert Artists Guild (CAG) and London-based Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT) are thrilled to announce their selection of shared artists for 2024, following their respective Final Auditions. This year, violinist, Nathan Amaral, and pianist, Amiri Harewood, have been chosen to join the rosters of both organisations, as this valuable partnership enters its sixth year. 

Chosen for their exceptional musicality and inquisitive spirit, both artists are set to make a significant impact in the classical music world.

Joint Artists benefit from exciting transatlantic performance opportunities, connecting with cultural markets in both the US and Europe, and have access to the combined experience and expertise of both organisations in developing the careers of emerging musicians.  

Alasdair Tait, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of YCAT, comments:

Alasdair Tait, CEO, YCAT“It is such a joy to welcome both Nathan and Amiri into our joint family of artists. Both of them are such innate storytellers with an overwhelming curiosity and I can’t wait to introduce their infectious music making to many new audiences.”

During their time as CAG-YCAT Artists, Nathan and Amiri will receive personalised artist management, a wealth of performance opportunities, and debut engagements at prestigious venues worldwide, in addition to comprehensive publicity materials, marketing support, and digital promotion to enhance their visibility and success across both Europe and North America.

Tanya Bannister, President of Concert Artists Guild, adds:

Tanya Bannister, President, Concert Artists GuildCAG is excited to work with pianist Amiri Harewood in the US market. He is an exceptionally sincere musician with artistry and stories to share. I am excited for audiences here to enjoy his music making and engaging personality.

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