Over the decades, Joanne Rile Artists Management has represented a remarkable list of accomplished artists. Joanne began developing this roster in 1969 and over the years, the list evolved to represent an impressive array of world-class musicians and performers.

It has been an honor to represent our list of remarkable performers over these many years. Our original mission in 1969 was to open the classical concert stages to world-class Black classical musicians and to exceptionally talented artists of color. Pianist Natalie Hinderas was the inspiration for this mission. She was a brilliant musician and a beautiful spirit whose generosity to musician colleagues was unique. Among her many talented Temple University students was pianist Leon Bates, who in his impressive career,  carried her vision across the U.S. and around the world. We were thrilled to see our artists perform on 6 continents and in every state in the U.S.A.

My admiration for these artists is limitless. My gratitude for the experience of knowing and working for them is endless.

—Joanne Rile




Dag Achatz
Sergei Babayan
Leon Bates

Nohema Fernández
Natalie Hinderas
Nina Lelchuk
Shirley Ling
Horatio Miller
Lambert Orkis
Andrea Padova
Russell Sherman
J.Y. Song
Yin Cheng Zong


Delphin and Romain
LeDuc and Engel
The London Piano Duo, Nettle & Markham


Malcom Bilson


Spencer Carroll
Frances Cole
Igor Kipnis


Tanya Becker-Bender
Monica Huggett
, baroque violin
Stanley Ritchie
Benjamin Schmid
Sergiu Schwartz
Caeli Smith


Caeli Smith
Marcus Thompson


Anner Bylsma
Michael Haran
Claudio Jaffé
Csaba Onczay
Torleif Thedéen


Harold Jones
Janet Ketchum
Chris Norman, wooden flute


Michel Lethiec


Maurice Bourgue
Pamela Pecha


Milan Turkovic


Niklas Eklund
David Hickman


Amsterdam Guitar Trio
Gene Bertoncini, jazz guitar
Frederic Hand, guitar and lute
Peter Segal
Emanuele Segre


Makoto Nakura


Addie Anderson
Julianne Baird
Sebronette Barnes
Mattiwilda Dobbs
Alpha Floyd
Ruby Hinds, mezzo soprano
Evelyn Lear
Daisy Newman
Donna Roll
LaRose Saxon
Louise Toppin
Eddye Pierce Young


Rolf Björling
William Brown
Robert Mack


Cedric Cannon
Robert Sims


Benjamin Matthews


Ballet Theater of Chicago
Chang Mu Dance Company, Korea
China Dance Theater from Guangzhou
Elsa Monte Dance
Hong Kong Ballet
Koresh Dance Theater
Lúnica, Slovak National Dance Ensemble
Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company
Peridance Contemporary Dance Company
Ohio Ballet
Tulsa Ballet


Aeolian Chamber Players
Ahn Trio

Aimes Piano Quartet
Amara Piano Quartet
Amsterdam Guitar Trio
Audubon Quartet
Bach Chamber Soloists
Balsam-Bilson Duo
Baltimore Consort
Baroque Consort, trumpet and organ
Borealis Wind Quintet
Britten Quartet
Calliope, a Renaissance band
Chestnut Brass
Castle Trio
Colorado String Quartet
Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble
Duo Cellissimo, Claudio Jaffé and Johan Perron
Duo Geminiani, baroque violin and keyboard
Duo Mariposa, flute, and piano/harpsichord
Ensemble Schumann
Epic Brass
Festival of Spirituals
Flute and Guitar Duo, featuring Peter Segel
Fresk Quartet, string quartet
Georgia Guitar Quartet
Guild Trio, piano trio
Hayden Trio Vienna, piano trio
Hinds Sisters, voice
Jaffé-Fernández Duo, Spanish and Latin-American music
Jitro Children’s Chorus
Lark Quartet
London Baroque, period instruments
Ketchum and Segal
Maurice Bourgue’s Ensemble á Vent, wind ensemble
Prism Quartet

Portland String Quartet
Quartet San Francisco
Quartetto Bernini, string quartet
Romantic Chamber Group of London
Smithsonian Chamber Players, period instruments
Smithsonian String Quartet
Spark—The Classical Band
Spiritual Ensemble, Louise Toppin, music director
Stockholm Arts Trio, piano trio
Storioni Piano Trio
Sweet Plantain, Latin, Jazz
Tanya and J.Y. Duo, Tanya Becker-Bender and J.Y. Song
Temple Trio
Top Brass
Triángulo, Latin American classical music
Trio d’Archi della Scala, string trio
Upbeat Brass
Vanbrugh QuarQuartet
Verdi Quartet


Atlas Camerata of Israel
Boston Baroque
Chicago Sinfonietta, Paul Freeman Music Director
Concentus Hungaricus
European Community Chamber Orchestra
Italian Symphony Orchestra of Bergamo
Mozart Orchestra of Hamburg
New Amsterdam Sinfonietta
Philomel, baroque period instruments
Polish Orchestra of Cracow
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
Smithsonian Chamber Players Orchestra, period instruments
State of Mexico Symphony, Enrique Bátiz, Music Director
Solti Chamber Orchestra


Stephen Alltop
Dalia Atlas
Enrique Bátiz
Duilio Dobrin
Leo Driehuys
Beverly Everett
Paul Freeman
Clair Fox Hillard
Adrian Gnam
Stephen Gunzenhauser
Peter Jaffe
Hugh Keelan
Michael Krajewski
Everett Lee
Tania Leon
Douglas Meyer
Nicholas Palmer
Charles Prince
Asher Raboy
Henry Charles Smith
Taavo Virkhaus
George Zack


Voice of the Turtle, Sephardic music
World Color, traditional and contemporary world music


Ahn Plugged, alternative classical
George Britton, folk singer
Gene Bertoncini Jazz Duo
The Best of Gilbert and Sullivan, featuring former stars of the D’Oyly Carte Opera
A Brassy Night at the Opera, pops
Brubeck Brothers Quartet
Crofut and Brubeck, American program
Gershwin Party, Leon Bates, Louise Toppin, and William Brown
Gershwin by Request, various artists
Phil Giodano Jazz Band
Guitar Songs, Gene Bertoncini
Jaffé-Fernandex Duo, Latin American and Spanish music
Klezmer and All the Jazz! or Symphonic Klezmer
Ed McDade, American music
Dona Roll Sings American Songs
Symphonasaurus, Oh Danny! and Slim Goodbody
Symphonic Klezmer, pops
Tomaseen Foley’s Celtic Christmas and Irish Times
Triple Play, Chris Brubeck, Peter Madcap Ruth, and Joel Brown
Pearl Williams Jones, gospel singer