Common Music Czech Republic & Slovakia’s stay division has partnered with United Stage Group, a stay and music administration company within the Nordics, additionally a division of UMG.
The partnership spans stay music and contains bookings, promotions, and sponsorship.
United Stage shall be managed by Jindrich Vladyka within the Czech Republic and Patricia Cernochova in Slovakia, representing artists resembling Mirai, Lenny, Slza, Sensey, Hills 97, AMK, Adam Durica, Peter Bitc Mission, and Stefan Stec.
Beneath their steerage, United Stage will develop enterprise alternatives for its artists throughout the area, it says.
United Stage Group presently represents over 300 artists, together with Molly Sandén, Lars Winnerbäck, Lukas Graham, Tessa, CC Cowboys, and Marcus & Martinus.
The company produces greater than 5,000 occasions a yr in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, it says.
The partnership will develop the Nordic-based operation’s remit and scope, permitting for progress and synergy within the stay music area, says the corporate.
The core enterprise of United Stage Group is stay reserving for artist expertise, nevertheless, the group additionally has divisions spanning present promotion, administration, musicals, company occasions, branded occasions, sponsorships, and a ticketing service.
Kutak is chargeable for Common Music operations in Greece, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary, which expanded on his present position as Managing Director, Common Music Poland.
“Changing into a part of United Stage Group is a superb alternative to collaborate and construct with our Scandinavian colleagues.”
Tomas Filip, Common Music Czech Republic & Slovakia
Tomas Filip, Managing Director of Common Music Czech Republic & Slovakia, mentioned: “Changing into a part of United Stage Group is a superb alternative to collaborate and construct with our Scandinavian colleagues.
“We goal to ship an built-in service to plan and execute artists’ stay choices.
“Specialization and experience are our benefits, and I firmly imagine that an increasing number of artists will see this as an unbelievable new alternative available in the market.”
“I’m delighted to see the United Stage model increasing to the Czech Republic and Slovakia.”
Jimmi Riise, United Stage Group
Jimmi Riise, Nordic CEO, United Stage Group, mentioned: “I’m delighted to see the United Stage model increasing to the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
“We’re very a lot trying ahead to working with them and rising our synergies collectively.
“The approaching years shall be tremendous thrilling for the stay trade, and we’re decided to proceed our growth and progress as United Stage Group.”Music Enterprise Worldwide