We provide marketing, communications, and pR support for classical music-based organizations and artists across the united states
If you’re reading this, you probably work in an organization where you're overworked and underpaid with a limited budget to achieve your goals. You either work alone or in a team where everyone is passionate about the arts and go the extra mile to see things through even if they are overextending themselves.
This is where we come in.
We help you pursue your work by taking some of the stress off your shoulders.
If you work in marketing, communications, or PR, we can help.
Or if you're an artist wishing to take your career to the next level, we can help.
We provide marketing support services that strategically nurture, build, and foster new relationships with patrons, fans, and the press.
We support your existing marketing efforts with expert-skill, dedication, and a deep understanding of the classical music industry.
This is the new PR. This is us.
Public relations revamped for arts people. We offer promotional plans designed for organizations and artists. Explore now!
Music Marketing Plan
Perfect for arts organizations who need marketing and PR support promoting concerts and festivals.
Starts from $1,500/month.
Artist Promotion Plan
Perfect for artists looking to get higher profile engagements, build a larger fan following, and solidify credibility in the music industry through strategic PR.
Starts from $1,100/month for 12 months. Try our 90-day trial period for $3,300.
PR Consulting Plan
Perfect for organizations and artists looking to gain strategies, tools, and information to implement PR/marketing campaigns without a firm doing it for them.
$500/month for 3 months, 6 months, or 12 months.
Custom promotional packages are available upon request. Email us and describe your needs. We will get back to you with how we can assist.
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