Sarah Trelawny Ford
Chloe studied the violin at The Yehudi Menuhin School and at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama with Simon Fischer. During her violin studies Chloe performed at some of the leading concert halls in the UK including the Wigmore Hall, the Royal Albert Hall and Birmingham Symphony Hall. She performed at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad and has performed in orchestras conducted by Simon Rattle, Yan Pascal Tortelier and Pietari Inkinen.
She started her artist management career at Hazard Chase as an Assistant Artist Manager after graduating from the Guildhall School in 2017. She worked with a roster of conductors and instrumentalists all at different stages in their career and became an Artist Manager at the beginning of 2019. Chloe lives in Peterborough with her family.
Cambridge Creative Management is a boutique agency, designed to work as collaboratively and effectively as possible across all mediums of the music and arts industry. Formed in April 2020 by Sarah Trelawny Ford, the agency provides a select roster of clients with international artist management at the highest level. With nearly 15 years' experience in the music industry, Sarah has represented some of today's most inspiring classical artists, and has developed fruitful and lasting business relationships with promoters around the globe. A graduate of York University, where she studied music and psychology, Sarah went on to become an Associate Director of Hazard Chase Limited, where she worked with a wide range of artists, promoters and record labels for many years. Sarah lives in Cambridge with her young family.
Business aims :
• Outstanding artist management, focused on an individually tailored strategic approach.
• Working collaboratively and effectively across the whole industry, developing and maintaining significant relationships with key partners including artists, promoters, record labels and audiences.
• A supportive network of continually expanding contacts, nurtured to ensure the on-going growth of the clients and business as one.