Live music agency Warner Music Live expands its operations to Estonia. Warner Music Live, which has the largest local artist roster in Finland, is now ready to contribute to the development of Estonian live artists and help increase their performance opportunities.
Warner Music Live Estonia will be led by a long time booking agent Karl Sirelpuu, together with promoters Anton Must and Mihkel Sirelpuu from SMUUV, which is Warner Music’s official partner in Estonia.
Several local audience’s favorites have already joined the Warner Music Live Estonia’s artist roster - Andreas, Anett, Ariadne, gameboy tetris, Gram-Of-Fun, jonas.f.k, Karl Killing, Minimal Wind, Rahel, Raul Ojamaa and Trad.Attack!.
Warner Music Group strengthened its operations in the Baltics with the opening of an office in Tallinn, Estonia in 2020 and by starting to build a local roster of artists for the first time. Led by an independent spirit and a devotion to great music, Warner Music Live Estonia will be a home to a wide variety of most popular and influential domestic artists, as well as new developing acts.
„There are so many talented artists in the Baltics and the region truly has great potential when it comes to live performance opportunities," says Warner Music Live director Samppa Hartikainen.
“The aim of Warner Music Live is to offer a top-class service in the Estonian market, which would enable us to develop the careers of our artists and be excellent partners for concert organizers,” adds Karl Sirelpuu.
Warner Music Live Estonia continues to cooperate with record label Warner Music Baltics, but will alo represent multiple great artists from other labels. Warner Music Live currently represents 70 artists in Finland, including Antti Tuisku, Kaija Koo, BEHM, Ellinoora, Mikael Gabriel, Cledos and many more.
“It is a great pleasure to expand Warner Music's operations in Estonia with a new full-service live music agency. Based on the Finnish experience, we have ideal evidence that well-planned concert activities make it possible for even greater investments to promote the local music market. There are many talented artists in Estonia who we want to help in the best way possible - both in terms of booking private events and public concerts," said Mikko Manninen, CEO of Warner Music Baltics.