ABOUT RAYMOND WEISS ARTIST MANAGEMENT
For over four decades RWAM has represented some of the world's finest instrumental soloists and ensembles. Many were major talents from the Continent (particularly Central and Eastern Europe) made available to U.S. presenters at reasonable fees appropriate for discriminating presenters of soloists and chamber music with limited budgets.
RWAM arranged the first American tours of Budapest's Kodály and Éder Quartets, Britain's Alberni, Lindsay and Medici Quartets, Vienna's JESS Trio and Franz Schubert Quartet and Prague's Kocian, Vlach and Martinu Quartets and Czech Trio, and Brno's Graffe Quartet.
Our ensembles have performed on major chamber music series and at prestigious venues including the Library of Congress, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, the 92nd Street Y and the Frick Collection among many others.
RWAM started over 20 major chamber music series and helped sustain them, some now in their second or third decades of presentations.
Orchestral tours have been no less remarkable, including the American debuts of the Zagreb Philharmonic (including Carnegie Hall), the Polish National Radio Symphony (including Avery Fisher Hall), the Ensemble Instrumental de France, the Slovak Sinfonietta (Zilina), the Slovak Symphony (Kosice), the Bohemian Chamber Philharmonic (Pardubice), the Brno Chamber Orchestra, the Pilsen Philharmonic, and the Brno Chamber Soloists.