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Welcome to Derek Warby Artist Management,
home to some of the UK’s finest ensembles and musicians.

Derek Warby Artist Management was formed in the summer of 2007 to manage a range of ensembles and musicians. Active in professional music management since 1980, Derek Warby has worked with some of the world’s most established musicians and is now privileged to look after the Amstel Saxophone Quartet, the Auricle Ensemble, the Comberti-Cole Duo, Divertimenti Ensemble, Joachim String Trio, Primavera Chamber Ensemble, The Symphonic Brass of London, the Visontay-Kym Duo, the Wiener Kammersymphonie and the Zimro Trio, as well as Dutch jazz/swing violinist Tim Kliphuis and the comedy string quartet Graffiti Classics.

We are delighted to welcome DWAM's latest clients, Les Trois Blondes.

Latest News

Amstel Saxophone Quartet
After having a year off to receive treatment for Hodgkin's Disease, baritone sax player Ties Mellema returned to regular playing with the Amstel Quartet on 2 July. Welcome back, Ties!

Auricle Ensemble
The Auricle Ensemble enjoyed a triumph at its groundbreaking Common Ground project with Admiral Fallow and Steve Forman in January.

Divertimenti made their debut at the Ashbourne Festival in Derbyshire on 24 June.

Graffiti Classics
The world's funniest string quartet are looking forward to their second week-long Schools Tour in and around Dublin, as well as return trips to Taiwan in the autumn of 2017.

The Symphonic Brass of London
The country's foremost brass ensemble made their first appearance at the Northern Aldborough Festival on 1 July.

Tim Kliphuis
Tim premiered his new Jazz Violin Concerto with the Omsk Philharmonic on 19 May 2016, under the baton of Dmitry Vassiliyev. This is the first concerto ever to feature an improvising soloist with the traditional symphony orchestra lineup and no rhythm section.

Trio Goya
Trio Goya are basking in the success of their first tour of Scotland in January 2017.