Welcome to The Craig Urquhart Office — dedicated to working with musicians and organizations in the arts.

Craig Urquhart brings 30 years of experience in the field to his artists, working to promote and assist conductors, composers, musicians and organizations worldwide.

Spanning over 30 years, Craig Urquhart’s professional career began in music publishing, elementary music education and piano coaching (Thomas Hulce for the Academy Award-winning film Amadeus). He began as Leonard Bernstein’s assistant in January 1986, traveling with the maestro throughout the world and establishing international relationships with the world’s leading orchestras, recording companies, presenters and artists. Following Bernstein’s death, he moved into the position of Director, Public Relations, and for ten years has served as Vice President, Public Relations and Promotion at the Leonard Bernstein Office. He is also the founding Managing Editor of the celebrated Leonard Bernstein newsletter, Prelude, Fugue & Riffs.

Through his production company, Heart Earth Music, Urquhart has produced eight critically recognized compact discs of his own music. As a performer of his own music, he has given recitals at the United Nations for Earth Day and AIDS Awareness Day; has performed in Berlin, Paris, and Rome; and has toured Japan as well as offered numerous performances throughout the United States.

Urquhart is a member of ASCAP, serves on the Board of Directors of the Lotte Lehmann Foundation, and is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (The Grammys).

He has also been invited to speak about music on many radio programs, including ASCAP's Audio Portraits, National Public Radio, the BBC Radio 3 programs Drive Time and Music Matters, and WDR in Germany.

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