From the outset, founder Ken Grundy and his team have had a clear mission to provide specialised travel and touring services to the performing arts community.
Maestro! offer a full range of international travel, touring and production solutions. We serve a diverse mix of internationally celebrated performers including Valery Gergiev, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Andris Nelsons, Kristine Opolais, Cecilia Bartoli and Vasily Petrenko; arts management organisations & companies including Carnegie Hall, Columbia Artists Management Inc, U-Live, IMG Artists, Askonas Holt and Arts & Entertainment Productions; orchestras, choirs and dance companies including The Cleveland Orchestra, Mariinsky Orchestra & Chorus, Mariinsky Ballet , Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Choral Arts Washington, London Philharmonic, English Concert, Australian Chamber Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra of the USA. The company also undertakes various ‘special projects’ for a range of clients including Sting - Symphonicities, Philip Glass and KODO.
For lovers of Music & the Arts, Maestro! create a series of unique holidays each season featuring the best of art, music & gastronomy in the world's cultural capitals.
Maestro! Commissioned Kulture Shock Media to design and implement an online, live tour management system for 'instant' access to 'real-time' tour information both in the planning stage and for tour staff on the road. The result of this work is our Tour Manager™ system now being used widely by our clients worldwide. Tour Manager™ allows complete, real-time management of all aspects of the tour and allows for strict budget management to be maintained throughout the process.
Maestro! Tour Management is an accredited agent of IATA (the International Air Transport Association) and is fully bonded by the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority, holding ATOL (Air Travel Organisers License) No. 9141.
Maestro! take advantage of the latest communications technologies to provide a true global service from their 21st century headquarters, housed in a restored 19th century Georgian townhouse in the heart of Liverpool, UK.