History

Quality Services with the Highest Integrity

Stanton Consulting & Management was founded in 1986 in New York City and has since serviced over two hundred accounts. By 1987 the company had successfully mounted its first tour of a major regional orchestra (North Carolina Symphony) including performances at Carnegie Hall and a commercial recording. By 1990 the company had clients in the United States, Canada, Australia, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, and Great Britain and was transacting business on a global platform. From 1998 SCM has maintained formal partnerships with several production companies and studios in Prague, producing classical recordings as well as major motion picture and television soundtracks. Among the soundtracks SCM has produced is that for “The Bridge” (Academy Award nominated film, Live Action Short category, 2004).

Todd Stanton

Todd Stanton, SCM President, graduated from the high school division of the North Carolina School of the Arts, simultaneously taking the first year of college courses. NCSA awarded him a BA degree with academic studies undertaken at Wake Forest University (emphasis in Middle Eastern politics). In 1983 he became apprentice to Maestro Hugo Fiorato at the New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center where Stanton conducted. He also conducted other orchestras including those at the Spoleto and Florida festivals. Prior to founding SCM, Stanton served as Executive Director of both theatrical and musical organizations in New York City.  He has served as executive producer on over fifty recordings and soundtrack projects in New York, London and Prague ranging from work for respected independents to major labels and studios.