Some say if you want to perform at Carnegie Hall, you have to call the people at CAMI.
CAMI, or Columbia Artists Management, represents the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, individual classical artists Lang Lang and Kathleen Battle and film composer Howard Shore, among others.
On Wednesday, Seraphic Fire, a Coral Gables-based Grammy-nominated vocal ensemble famed for its Christmas shows and its Vespers of the Blessed Virgin Monteverdi CD, signed with CAMI, becoming the only American choir on its roster.
“I think it would be a huge coup for our organization to start to perform in these large performing arts centers on the East Coast,” said Joey Quigley, Seraphic Fire’s Managing Director in an email. “It would allow us to raise brand awareness in New York City, Boston, Chicago, etc. Big leagues!”
In a statement, CAMI’s vice president and national booking director Benjamin Maimin said, “We look forward to sharing their outstanding voices and innovative programming with audiences around the world.”