The indomitable Jack Price started Price Rubin & Partners in 1984 in response to his own career as an internationally renowned and celebrated concert pianist. Jack took on the role as manager for pianist Dickran Atamian who knew the toils of self-management would require a ubiquitous trade name. After taking over Atamian's career, (a career that began with winning 1st prize at the 50th Anniversary Naumburg Competitions in New York City, a landmark Carnegie Hall Recital, the first-ever digital piano recording release on RCA and incidentally, performing the only triple world-premiere [Carnegie Hall, RCA and PBS] in musical history of a major musical cornerstone work, the solo piano version of "The Rite of Spring") Jack was successful in garnering hundreds of orchestral engagements (which included concerto performances with Maazel, Comissiona, Leinsdorf, Zinman, Rozsnyai, Schwarz, Hendl, DePreist, Meier, Nowak, Amram, Torkanowsky, Alessandro, Hovhaness and Mata to name a few) and two commercial recordings on Delos for Atamian. His relentless and persuasive management style (evident in his playing) soon attracted other artists, mainly music directors, who also wanted a more assertive manager. Since retiring from the concert stage, Jack Price and Price Rubin have both become synonymous with hands on and highly-personalized artist management.
Jack stresses to his clients the importance of market branding and developing distinct career milestones that set artists apart from the crowd. Jack is a devoted father of two and resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma.