GRADUS ARTIST MANAGEMENT
Gradus Artist Management was founded in Budapest in 2012. Its roster includes prime artists of divers fields of Hungarian performing arts sector. By implementing the management element efficiently, Gradus Artist aims to provide the most serene and nurturing environment possible for its artists to concentrate solely on their artistic work, thus constituting a powerful bridge between artists and other members of the cultural sector.
Current clients: Artists
Former clients: Péter Balczó, opera singer (cooperation: 2012-2016)
Andrea Rost, opera singer (cooperation: 2013-2018)
Gyula Rab, opera singer (cooperation: 2017-2019)
She graduated from The Budapest Business School with a degree in Economics and Commerce (BSc). During her studies, she spent an entire academic year in France on a scholarship. She worked as an intern at The Arts Centre in Óbuda, and then became the project manager for the annual international “Armel Opera Festival” in 2006. She left this position in 2010 to continue her studies abroad. In 2012, she completed a Master’s degree in International Cultural Policy and Management at the University of Warwick (UK). In the UK – as a member of Opera Warwick – she was the producer of the opera Alice in Wonderland, and did an internship at the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, one of the world’s leading contemporary orchestras. After returning to Hungary in 2012, she founded Gradus Artist Management and at the same time she has been working for The Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra as International Relations and Business Development Manager.
Currently, she works as a mentor for the classical music management training at Werk Academy, the first to be launched in Hungary, in 2017. She is also a lecturer at the Eötvös Lóránt University Music Department and the Budapest Metropolitan University.
Máté graduated from the Institute of Arts Communication and Music of the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE, Budapest) in 2021, besides, he also completed his studies in theatrical management at Werk Academy successfully. He worked as an intern at the 8th Zoltán Kodály Choir Competition in 2018 and at the Danube Carnival in 2019. Between 2019 and 2021, he was mentoring the crowdfunding campaigns of the StageHive website and online application.
He works as an assistant at the Gradus Artist Management since June 2020.
He specialised in computer science at secondary school, then he got a web design certificate at the adult education programme of Fresh Web Solutions.