Who we are
The cultural management company Tritonus Arts has specialized in the following four areas:
- Artist management
- Project management
- CD & DVD production
- Orchestra & tour management
In addition to the founder Georg Vlaschits, our company consists of partners who on the one hand have profound classical musician training and years of experience as performing artists and on the other hand have a degree in cultural management. In addition to artistic understanding and thinking, this also guarantees economically meaningful action.
Tritonus Arts works exclusively with highly talented and exceptional artist personalities who have already distinguished themselves internationally as soloists and award winners. That's why our musicians can be seen regularly on the most important stages in the world.
Our philosophy is to always offer our customers maximum professionalism and quality, and to respond quickly and individually to there requests.
Our Vision for the Future
We are a young, modern and flexible company that is always looking for innovations in the field of cultural management. That is why we are always interested in international networking and inquiries are always welcome.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Tritonus Arts is a young company and that's why the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been actively practiced since its founding and is included in the daily workimg process. Tritonus Arts' goal in the field of CSR is to regularly carry out projects such as Charity concerts, to carry out the free participation in socially important (cultural) projects etc. and thereby to assume his social responsibility. Since its foundation, the "Concert for Japan" in April 2011 has been particularly remarkable. Over € 12,000 could be collected for the Japanese Red Cross. This money benefited the people of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
The Management Board
Born in Vienna. Studied concert horn at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Univ.- Prof. Willibald Janezic & Wolfgang Vladar, graduated in 2012. From 2010 to 2012 he studied cultural management at the Institute for Cultural Management (IKM) at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Founder and managing director of the chamber music festival PODIUM festival Mödling (2012 - 2018). Board member of the Austrian Music Council, former board member of the IKM alumni club Vienna (Institutes for Cultural Management MDW) International activity as a cultural manager and producer.
Michael Linus Bock
Michael Linus Bock was born in Vienna in 1985. At the age of 16, he was admitted to the preparatory course at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. After completing the presence service at Garde Musik Wien, he enrolled at the Vienna Conservatory at the private university, where he graduated with honors in June 2012. From 2010 he studied trombone at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz with the bass trombonist of the Vienna Philharmonic, Johann Ströcker. As an orchestral musician, he has made guest appearances at the Neue Oper Wien, the Dommusik St. Stephan, the orchestra of the Bühne Baden, the ORF Radio Symphonieorchester, the Wiener Hofmusikkapelle, and since January 2012 has been a regular member of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, the Haydn Orchestra Bozen, the Bruckner Orchestra Linz and since April 2014 at the Teatro alla Scala in Milano and many more. In May 2013 he recorded two symphonies by Per Nørgård with the Vienna Philharmonic as a bass trombonist. In addition to his musical education, he also completed the master's and doctoral studies in musicology, as well as the master's program in cultural management - each with distinction. As cultural manager in the Tritonus Arts agency, he is responsible for the Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra together with Georg Vlaschits. He has already published two scientific publications entitled "The brass register in Richard Wagner's Ring des Nibelungen" and "Richard Wagner and Anton Bruckner" released by the publisher Dr. Kovač. Michael Linus Bock is also a founding member of the trombone octet "The Great 8", where he works as a contrabass trombonist. For several years he was a fixed bass and contrabass trombone player at the Synchron Stage Orchestra in Vienna, with whom he has recorded numerous Hollywood films. In March 2016 Michael Linus Bock won the audition for the Fondazione Arturo Toscanini in Parma and a month later the audition for the orchestra of Arena di Verona. In 2016 he released his first solo CD "Variations - Michael Linus Bock & Friends" on the Austrian label "Preiser Records".