Arts Management has an outstanding reputation for work in all fields of the arts and is always available to discuss such work with prospective clients.

In association with Sydney Opera House, Arts Management singers and pianists have performed at Guillaume's High Tea in the Bennelong Restaurant, Sydney Opera House and Tour and Taste of Opera events.

Projects have varied widely and include concert and tour management, promotion, project administration, conference and seminar organisation, research studies and compilation of publications and radio programmes.

Projects including the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra from China at the Sydney Opera House, Australian tour of the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, the City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus directed by Simon Halsey performing in the Olympic Arts Festival, the compilation of the World Opera Calendar, presentation of Sydney series of recitals, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra European tour, the development, management and exhibition tour of the Mary MacKillop Portrait Prize, administration of the Miles Franklin Literary Award, Portia Geach Portrait Prize and Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship, demonstrate our versatility and the diversity of our work, with many of the major arts organisations in Australia and beyond.

Our Team

Graham Pushee
Managing Director

Graham completed a teaching degree in Sydney before being awarded a Churchill Fellowship which enabled him to continue his voice studies in the UK and at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland. Based in Basel for over 20 years he performed throughout Europe, America and made regular guest appearances for Opera Australia. Upon relocating back to Sydney in 2001 he commenced working with Virginia Braden at Arts Management before choosing to retire from singing in 2006 and subsequently becoming managing director of Arts Management.

Matthew Brown
Finance Manager

Matthew has worked as a Finance Manager in the Travel and Legal industries since returning from a working holiday in the UK in the late 1980’s. He is a keen sportsman, still playing basketball competitively, and hopes to add to his total of 25 City to Surfs later this year. He has worked at Arts Management since 2014 and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales.

Lucie Condon-Young
Assistant Artist Manager

Having completed a Bachelor of Music as a harpist and a Masters degree in music therapy in the UK, Lucie has relocated to Sydney to enjoy better weather and food. With her background as a performer, therapist, and HR coordinator, Lucie hopes to bring this breadth of experience, as well as her love of languages and Verdi choruses, to help her in her role at Arts Management.