"Siegel Artist Management takes time to understand their clients and their audiences.
They think out of the box to assist venues in engaging their audiences to ensure a unique experience every time."
—Molly Fortune, Executive Director, Newberry Opera House, Newberry, SC
Established in 1970 by the late Ethel Siegel, Siegel Artist Management is an award-winning, boutique agency known for its artistic excellence, integrity and superior service. We represent an eclectic roster of exceptional artists ranging from special attractions, dance, and music to family entertainment and arts in education. We believe communication between the artist, the agency and the presenter is imperative to success. Our legacy is our deep commitment to offering creative solutions in an ever-changing performing arts culture. We believe in the power of the arts to change lives and enhance the quality of life in every community.
Siegel Artist Management offers artist representation, management and coaching for performing artists. For more than four decades, we have served the performing arts industry through board and committee service, professional development and mentoring. Some of our industry recognition includes:
- 2016 The NAPAMA Award for Excellence was renamed The Liz Silverstein Award in honor of her many years of service and mentoring of new colleagues
- 2014 NAPAMA Award for Excellence as a Performing Arts Manager or Agent (Jennifer Morris)
- 2011 founded the first Agents and Managers Retreat, now a NAPAMA event (Jennifer Morris)
- 2006 Darlene Neel Award for Mentorship (Liz Silverstein)
- 1992 NACA Founders Award (Liz Silverstein)
- 1990 Arts Recognition Award for Service and Dedication to the Arts in the State of Florida (Jane Lawrence Curtiss)
- 1990 Drafted Legislative language to exempt non-profit organizations and those working with non-profit organization from licensing requirements (Jane Lawrence Curtiss)
- 1979 Founding NAPAMA member (Ethel Siegel)
Jennifer Morris joined Siegel Artist Management in 1998, became a partner in 2002, and is now the sole owner of the company. Over the course of her 28-year career she has worked in many different facets of the performing arts industry including general manager for the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, special events manager for the Town of Brookline and marketing manager for the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines.
She is proud to have been part of the Siegel Artist Management team with former partners Jane Lawrence Curtiss (1975-2005), Jeanie Thompson (1988-2009) and Liz Silverstein (1986-2016). Current Siegel team members include Jennifer Morris and Erin Cassano.
Jennifer currently serves on the Dance/USA Agents’ Council, the Americans for the Arts Advisory Committee: Building the Capacity of Pennsylvania's Cultural Sector and the Board of Directors of Pennsylvania Presenters. She serves on the professional development committees of the Performing Arts Exchange and Arts Midwest Conference. She served on the Performing Arts Exchange Advisory Committee and two terms on the Executive Committee of NAPAMA (North American Performing Arts Managers and Agents). She co-chaired the Pennsylvania Presenters Spring Arts Conference in 2010 and 2015. Jennifer regularly serves as a panelist and mentor at state, regional and national conferences. In 2011, she produced the first Agents & Managers Retreat, now a NAPAMA event. She was awarded the NAPAMA Award for Excellence in 2014.
Erin Cassano joined Siegel Artist Management in 2014. Previously, she has worked in the performing arts and arts education for 14 years at institutions including Cedar Crest College, the Hochstein School of Music and Dance, Eastman School of Music, MOMIX, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and Hartford Symphony Orchestra. Erin received a B.A. in Music from the University of Connecticut. She lives in Allentown, PA, with her husband Andy and their children Penelope and Jacob.