Wed, 27 Jun 2018 06:54:40 GMT
With their exceptional catalogue of modern classical and electronic music, Manners McDade has expanded their creative and international teams over the past few years. Now with the promotion of its youngest ever Managing Director, Harriet Moss, Manners McDade shows that the company continues to lead progress in the field.
Catherine Manners, founder of Manners McDade, and board member of the UK MPA, said: “I never thought I would find someone who I could trust so implicitly with my business - but Harriet Moss is an extraordinary young woman and I’m incredibly proud of her”.
Harriet’s new position builds on her previous role as Global Creative Manager, where she oversaw the company’s creative strategy across sync, A&R and creative services worldwide since 2014.Forging new opportunities for growth, two new additions to the creative team, Music & Composer Producer Jenna Fentimen and Creative and Sync Executive Clare Everson make it the company’s biggest team yet. Jenna joins from music supervision company Wake The Town, to manage bespoke compositions, and Clare joins from Warner Music UK to manage sync briefs, licensing and the creative services company roster.
The Manners McDade group of companies provide composer management, music publishing, sync and creative services, specialising in new classical and electronic music. In 2016 Manners McDade also launched Cognitive Shift Recordings, a contemporary classical record label, in partnership with One Little Indian Records.
The past year has seen the release of pivotal albums by their publishing roster ‘All Melody’ by Nils Frahm (Erased Tapes) and ‘Resolve’ by Poppy Ackroyd (One Little Indian). Upcoming albums for later in 2018 are from Max Cooper, AVA (Anna Phoebe & Aisling Brouwer), and John Metcalfe.
From the beginning (founded in 2001 by Catherine Manners and Bob McDade) Manners McDade has built its reputation representing composers for Film and TV scores. Notable projects include BBC thriller Happy Valley scored by Ben Foster (Our Girl, Good Karma Hospital and Thunderbirds) and the BFI/Film4/Picturehouse Feature Doc The Confessions of Thomas Quick with music by Nainita Desai (BAFTA Breakthrough Brit 2016-17), for which she won the Siren Award for Best Original Composition: Feature Film Score at the Music & Sound Awards UK. In 2018, their agency roster continues to grow, with recent signings including Jessica Jones and Benedict Taylor, and recent TV projects such as First Dates (Miguel D’Olivera) and ITV’s Liar (Glenn Gregory & Berenice Scott of Afterhere).
Since its establishment in 2017, Manners McDade Creative Services has attracted clients in classical and electronic music, offering an international promotion strategy combining sync expertise with experience in PR and marketing. Clients include German neo-classical label Neue Meister, Sony Classical, Christian Löffler’s label Ki Records and ECM.
Genres: Music & Sound DesignManners McDade, Wed, 27 Jun 2018 06:54:40 GMT