Music Talent Manager Resume Format

By | January 19, 2011

Music and recording celebrities often get a break with the right talent manager providing the opportunities and sure deals for a recording project.  They promote talents in a highly demanding industry where your talent can be monetized. Most specialize in either the studio recording or concerts, while some do both.  Talent management can be performed by a talent agency or by one-man operation

Music Talent Manager Resume Format

Francine B. Palmer

South Ville, New York City

Phone: (212) 667-8354

palmer_francine@ycmail.com

Objective

Provide proven talent management services for emerging and established musical artist with negotiable commission rates and wide network of producers.

Summary of Qualification

  • 12 years of experience as a talent manager for a number of celebrities in the recording industry
  • Excellent interpersonal and social skills
  • Excellent command of the verbal and written English language.

Career Experience/Job History

2004 – Present:  Freelance Talent Manager

  • Sustain close business partnerships with record producers and other talent promotions agencies.
  • Advice talents of their royalty rights and copyright limitations Look around for new talents by attending performances in clubs, pubs, hotels, theaters and school programs
  • Provide financial and logistic support for budding new artists coming in for auditions from other states.

1998 – 2004:  Talent Manager, Virgin Records, Plc

  • · Maintain professional and friendly relations with stable of artists and talents
  • · Review commission structure as required for entering into new contracts or renewing management deals

Achievements

Portfolio of talents discovered and developed available on requests during interview

Education

2000 – 2001: MBA, New York State University

1994 – 1998: BA in Musicology, New York Academy for the Performing Arts.

Professional and Character References

Can be furnished upon request