“Reinicke Artists” is focused on the representation of carefully selected classical musicians and ensembles to enable them an international career. Though the agency’s core business is the acquisition of concerts, the company also is involved with all those business activities necessary for a successful career-building. Among them are the organization and coordination of CD productions and collaboration with radio- and tv stations. Additionally, Reinicke Artists photo shootings even for artits, who are not represented by the agency.

In the late 1980s, while still a student of Philosophy, Visual Art and Natural Science, Michael Reinicke first started to work as an artist manager for musicians. After managing several start-ups in different areas from 1995 he came back to the music business in 2002. Since 2011 Michael Reinicke now is working as a Managing Director for representation of classical musicians. Today he is looking back on more than 20 years of experience in the areas corporate and artists’ management.

Classical music has accompanied Henk Reinicke since his earliest childhood. At the age of three, he began taking violin lessons, and at six, he performed as a soloist with an orchestra for the first time. Numerous public appearances followed, including at the Chamber Music Hall of the Berlin Concert House, and he received first prize at the Berlin regional competition “Jugend musiziert” (with a perfect score). At the same time, he began taking piano and composition lessons.

At the age of 7, with the support of the Leipzig University of Music, Henk was cast in the American/Israeli/German film production “Orchestra of Exiles” by Oscar-nominated director Josh Aronson. In this docudrama, Henk portrays the legendary violinist Bronislav Huberman during his childhood. Other contributors to this international film production include Itzhak Perlman, Zubin Mehta, Pinchas Zukerman, and Joshua Bell.

Currently, in addition to his work as an artist manager, Henk is studying Media Design in Hamburg.