Doreen Lutz Artists is managing and supporting a select group of internationally renowned artists, building upon many years of experience in artist management.

Each artist has an outstanding profile and is an expert in music from the 20th/21st century and to some extent also in early music. Their curiosity for new works and performances leads to improvisation with jazz elements, innovative projects and programmes, and new compositions being commissioned.

Doreen Lutz Artists focuses on providing tailor-made and strategic support to artists with their individual profiles and the personal exchange with promoting partners.

Please get in touch with us if you are interested in any of the artists we represent. We look forward to hearing from you!


Sofia Jernberg at the Wiener Festwochen
On 8 June 2024 vocal artist Sofia Jernberg will be performing at the Wiener Festwochen / ORF Radiokulturhaus. She will interpret Where We Lost Our Shadows – written by New York based Pulitzer-Prize winning composer Du Yun. Musical partners on stage will be the Klangforum Wien, Shayna Dunckelman (percussion) and vocalist Ali Sethi. The Palestine film maker Khaled Jarrar has created the video of this multimedia performance. Where We Lost Our Shadows is a piece for orchestra, video and soloists that addresses human migration as a question of permanent movement and exodus that recurs over the course of history and passes on collective as well as individual traumas from generation to generation. It has been premiered at the Kennedy Center Washington in 2019. Sofia Jernberg fascinated the Festwochen audience already in 2021 with her interpretation of Pierrot Lunaire – together with the Klangforum Wien, in Marlene Monteiro Freitas’ staging – as well as in 2022 singing Hymnes and Laments.
New with us: Soprano Anna-Lena Elbert
We are delighted to welcome soprano Anna-Lena Elbert to our artist roster. She is an enthusiastic interpreter of a wide-spread repertoire reaching from renaissance to contemporary music. She worked with the Munich Symphony Orchestra, the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the Dusseldorf Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Baroque Soloists, the Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música Porto and the Budapest Festival Orchestra i.a.. Anna-Lena made her debut at the Bayerische Staatsoper singing the role of Lena in the world premiere Spring doch! by Gordon Kampe in 2020 and at the Salzburger Festspiele in Kampe’s world premiere WUT. In summer 2023, she performed at the BBC Proms for the first time, under the baton of Iván Fischer.  
Sarah Maria Sun at the Festival ACHT BRÜCKEN
On 12 May 2024, Sarah Maria Sun performs Enno Poppe‘s song cycle Augen in the context of the concert series Musik der Zeit (Music of our time) and the festival ACHT BRÜCKEN at the Kölner Philharmonie. The conductor Elena Schwarz will lead the WDR Sinfonieorchester. The soprano already has premiered this piece at the festival Wittener Tage für Neue Kammermusik 2022 and performed it at the Lucerne Festival (François-Xavier Roth, Les Siecles) and at the Casa da Música Porto (Sylvain Cambreling, Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música). Additional works on the programme are Arnulf Herrmann’s manische Episode - a Beethoven-comment for orchestra, Miroslav Srnka’s Is This Us? for two French horns and orchestra (world premiere) and Clara Iannotta’s the purple fuchsia bled upon the ground (world premiere). Further soloists are Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano), Saar Berger and Premiysl Vojta (french horn), and Martin Zingsheim will moderate the concert.
Tora Augestad at the Bodenseefestival
On 11 May 2024, the Norwegian mezzo-soprano Tora Augestad is invited to the Bodenseefestival. Together with the Lautten Compagney Berlin and musical director Wolfgang Katschner she will present a very entertaining programme of songs and arias by John Dowland and Georg Friedrich Handel as well as swing, jazz, and pop repertoire at the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum in Weingarten. Parts of the programme have already been performed at the Handel Festival in Halle and at the Mercatorhalle Duisburg.