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OPUS 3 ARTISTS HIRES NEW MANAGER OF ARTISTS & ATTRACTIONS

12.05.17

Leading artist management firm expands team to include Christina Baker

Opus 3 Artists, a major artist management firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Berlin, is expanding its management team and roster. Christina Baker, formerly of Baker Artists, LLC, has joined the company as a Manager of Artists & Attractions. She brings a wealth of experience and passion for the performing arts to Opus 3 Artists’ talented and respected team of managers and will help to develop the company’s roster and relationships throughout the world.

David V. Foster, President & CEO of Opus 3 Artists, commented: “I am thrilled to welcome Christina Baker back to Opus 3 Artists. We have missed her.”

Christina Baker commented: "I am delighted to return to the team of my esteemed colleagues at Opus 3 and look forward to working with and helping to grow their illustrious roster of artists."

Opus 3 Artists manages the careers and touring activities of many of the world's most distinguished performing artists and ensembles. The firm traces its roots to the pioneering role of the legendary Sol Hurok, the impresario whose dominant position in North American performing arts spanned the fifty years between 1924 and his death in 1974. The successor to Hurok Concerts, ICM Artists, was formed in 1976 as a division of International Creative Management and the company became independent again in 2006 as Opus 3 Artists LLC.