Many people think PR is elusive and doesn't yield results, but we're here to adamantly change that perspective through a system we've developed just for artists. It's grounded in our work for organizations that present classical music concerts, plus other direct work with musicians.Read More
The classical music industry is filled with musicians trying to breakthrough the riff-raff and become professionals, making a full-time living off of their art. Whether this is performing full-time or a mix between teaching/performing, the market is tough to crack. Many will say it's oversaturated. So how do you stand out as a classical musician today?Read More
I’ve talked with many people who often believe one of two extremes. 1) A publicist is very valuable to work with, but expensive. 2) A publicist rarely accomplishes anything notable and is a big money pit.
What if there was a publicist that didn’t cost an arm and a leg, and accomplished something valuable that pushes your organization forward?
Here are three things to do when you hire a PR firm or publicist to handle your organization’s image.Read More
If you work in the music business, you probably have thought about hiring a music PR person many times. You want to grow your brand, sell more tickets, get more views, grow your social media following, etc. It doesn’t matter what you’re trying to accomplish, the point is you want more people to care about you/your project.Read More
I recently had a discussion with a large group of artist managers at a top New York management firm about influencer marketing. I posed the question: Have you seen classical presenters using influencer marketing? Most of these managers were aged between late-millennial to Gen-X. None of them had seen this type of thing being done—not even at top presenters such as the major orchestras and opera houses.Read More