Music Agents Janet Kim, Scott Schreiber Join UTA

Janet Kim
– Janet Kim

UTA today announced that music agents Janet Kim and Scott Schreiber have joined the fold, both based out of the agency’s Beverly Hills office. 

Kim joins UTA most recently from CAA, where she booked artists at private events, large-scale Pride events and LGBTQ+ events globally and with artists including Adam Lambert, DNCE, Jordin Sparks, Julia Michaels, Keiynan Lonsdale, Keshi, Rozzi, Sam Fischer, and Sevdaliza, among others. Before becoming an agent, she spent time on the road as a tour manager. 
Schreiber joins UTA following a decade of experience booking shows from club to arena level at WME, working with artists including Zhu, Chet Faker, SG Lewis, Tokimonsta, Channel Tres, Soulwax, Bomba Estereo, Ski Mask the Slump God, Lil Skies, Nero, Michael Brun, Erol Alkan, Tommy Genesis, Kareem Ali, DJ_Dave, and others. 
“UTA’s Music division and the company as a whole have built great momentum despite the difficulties of the pandemic, continuously signing talented artists and adding key agents,” Kim in the announcement. “I am thrilled to be joining UTA, and I am excited to help David Zedeck, Scott Clayton and Sam Kirby Yoh realize their vision for the department.” 

Scott Schreiber
– Scott Schreiber
“It’s been amazing to see the passion and forward-thinking approach of UTA’s music leadership team,” Schreiber adds. “I have admired their collaborative approach to artist representation, and I’m looking forward to continuing to build upon the great work that the team has already accomplished.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Janet and Scott to UTA Music,” David Zedeck, UTA Partner and Co-Head of Global Music, says in the announcement. “They are consummate professionals with strong relationships across all sectors of the music industry. Their expertise will be invaluable to our group as we continue to broaden our resources and find compelling new opportunities for our clients.”
In recent months, UTA has made noise in the agency space, including hiring notable agents such as Scott Clayton, who joined as co-head of global music, along with co-heads Jeffrey Hasson and Matthew Morgan.