Anastasia Boudanoque has announced the launch of Primavera Consulting, a new firm that produces high-end classical entertainment events and consulting for performing arts organizations. Operating out of New York City, Berlin, and St. Petersburg, Russia, Primavera Consulting will also represent a roster of artists, assisting them with digital and social media, endorsement opportunities, and educational and charitable initiatives. Boudanoque has worked with such artists as Sarah Chang, Riccardo Chailly, Ray Chen, Myung-Whun Chung, Tan Dun, Christoph Eschenbach, Daniel Harding, Yo-Yo Ma, Mischa Maisky, Midori, the Seoul Philharmonic, Maxim Vengerov, and Long Yu. At Columbia Arts Management Inc. (CAMI Music), she organized the 2010 Asian Games Festival in Guangzhou, China. Her producing credits include a Shanghai Symphony Orchestra performance in New York’s Central Park; Chinese New Year Gala concerts with the New York Philharmonic; and a televised Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra appearance on the annual Nobel Prize concerts. Prior to CAMI, Boudanoque ran an arts program of the British Council in St. Petersburg, and worked at the League of American Orchestras. She graduated with honors from St. Petersburg State University, earning a specialist degree in international relations and cultural diplomacy.
Posted January 11, 2016