Wasserman Promotes Nine, Creates Orchestral Division

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Wasserman Music announced the promotion of nine people to Agent and Touring roles across its various departments, as well as the announcement of their Orchestral division.

Alex Christie (agent), Annie Cole (manager, touring), Anna Kathryn Groom (manager, brand partnerships), Owen Hynes (manager, tour marketing), Kara Klein (manager, brand partnerships), Brittany Miller (director, festivals), Noah Plotnicki (agent), Lindsay Roblesi (agent) and Holly Rowland (agent) are among those recently promoted.

“Nurturing and advancing the careers of talented members of our global team is central to our culture of support and empowerment, so we’re proud to announce these well-earned promotions,” Lee Anderson, Wasserman Music EVP & Managing Executive, said in a statement. “Continually creating new ways to super-serve our clients is our core mission, and it’s gratifying when we’re able to do that by elevating exceptional Team Wass colleagues to serve them even better.”

The newly created Orchestral division will be helmed by Vice President Emily Threlfall Yoon and represents properties including “Final Fantasy VII REBIRTH World Orchestra Tour” and more than three dozen Disney Concerts titles, including Marvel Studios’ “The Infinity Saga Concert Experience.” Additionally, the department will partner with artists including John Legend, Melissa Etheridge, Laufey and Zedd to conceive and produce new symphonic projects.

“Emily has been able to see the enormous opportunity in the live symphonic space beyond just talent booking,” Anderson said in a statement. “By working as a creative partner with artists and IP-driven properties – whether movies, TV, video games or pop music – Emily and our new Orchestral division are taking the music that people love in their everyday lives and presenting it in exciting new ways to fans of all kinds.”