Colbert Artists Management, in New York City, has today announced the retirement of long-serving Executive Vice President, Christina Putnam – effective from the end of this season.
Christina has served on the Colbert Artists team since 1982.
“38 years at Colbert Artists has given me a career I could only have wished for … a daily life with colleagues and artists to love and enjoy, lots of inspiration and challenges in helping to develop some important and meaningful careers and a treasure trove of musical experiences I will never forget … ” Christina has today said.
“I’m so glad to be able leave with this great Colbert team intact … it could not be better for all that comes next … I hope to see many of you when music and audiences are live again, and we can listen as human beings all together – will miss you til then,” she has said.
Founded in 1948, Colbert Artists roster includes conductor Ken-David Masur, violinists Anne Akiko Meyers, Anthony Marwood and Alina Ibragimova, cellist Zuill Bailey – and the Juilliard and JACK String Quartets.