After CAMI, a new shoot

After CAMI, a new shoot


norman lebrecht

August 31, 2020

Marcus Felsner, formerly European head of Opus3 Artists, today opened a new agency in Munich.

His headline artists are impressive: Andreas Scholl, Sergei Babayan, Boris Brovtsyn, Hee-Young Lim, Aaron Pilsan, Audrey Saint-Gil, Anna Skryleva (pictured).

Marcus says: ‘The organization has been founded in Munich in 2020 as a result of the major transformation which classical music performance is going through today. At the same time, and independent of the current challenges for the performing arts, the service needs for many of the world’s greatest artists are undergoing fundamental change.’



  • ChinChanChon says:

    It’s Hee-Young Lim, not Lin. She is Korean, not Chinese.

  • alex piantedoux says:

    it seems to me he was not able to take with him Mr. Trifonov, probably the most wanted artist when Mr. Felsner was at helm of opus 3 europe …or maybe a matters of time and Mr. trifonov will join his teacher Mr. Babayan in to this new excellent roster.

  • Lady Weidenfeld says:

    Yes I think that in spite of the difficult times we are living through he will be a huge success. I have watched him for a while as Opus3 representative in Europe looking after Trifonov and he possesses that old style attention to detail and care for the artists in every aspect which is often lacking in personal artist management. His artists will be lucky in challenging times for everyone!

  • Freddynyc says:

    Are you being sarcastic when you refer to the “impressive headline artists”…..?

  • Le Křenek du jour says:

    So, there is life after CAMI. Who’d have thunk.
    Seriously, the demise of that archaic and overblown Soviet-style ‘kombinat’ may turn out to be one fortunate collateral effect of the Covid-19 tragedy.

    Good luck and godspeed to every newcomer: you are needed, this is your opportunity.

  • Jeffrey Biegel says:

    Good luck to Marcus as he, with his artists, embark on a new era of presenting music to a post-pandemic world. No doubt he will embrace that time with dedication, passion and hope for the future of music.

  • Theodore Coupla says:

    Ok. Sure.

    Similar to any business going bankrupt, there is another to sweep up its clients.

    One problem.

    No Work.
    No Income.
    No business.

    If CAMI didn’t survive at half capacity, I hope this organization has some magic vaccine up it’s sleeves.