Diane du Saillant spent her youth passionately studying the violin and foreign languages. Profoundly drawn to music and the arts, she decided at a young age that her future lay in their promotion. After training in one of the greatest classical musical agencies in Paris, she embarked on a career, which seemed cut out for her and spent fifteen years working as an agent at Opéra et Concert in Paris.
Over the years, she built up very strong and rich relationships with wonderful musicians.
In 2003, Diane du Saillant founded her own agency with several loyal artists and the precious help of Aude Massiet du Biest. Since then each day has brought her great satisfaction accompanying and supporting the musicians in their careers. Within the agency team spirit and mutual confidence prevail.
In 2004, Julie Grente joined the agency after completing studies in translation, musical administration and piano. She has held the post of production manager since 2004.
In 2008, the agency expanded with the arrival of Céline Benezeth who took the post of development manager having studied the violin, musicology and cultural management at Aix-en-Provence.
In 2013 begins a new phase in the agency’s life. Julie is moving to NYC and Céline is going to work forFrançois-Xavier Roth at Orchestre Les Siècles. With the help of Axelle De Calan, the agency is welcoming Romain Danzanvilliers in october 2013. After working for the Festival Piano aux Jacobins in Toulouse, he is now in charge of the production and the communication.
In 2017, we are glad to see Julie coming back working for us. She will be in charge of the foreign development for our artists.
The agency works with energy and enthusiasm while sharing a common aim: helping their musicians reach their goals, indeed their dreams, and accomplish their art in the best conditions possible. Broadminded and modern, they are very aware of the rapid transformation of the world of music. In the face of these metamorphoses and the new demands within the business, it is necessary to adapt, react and move forward. With their mutual understanding and cardinal values of respect, friendship and confidence, they intend to move forward accompanying their artists on the long road of classical music.