“Innovative, versatile from artistic to marketing, passionate and dedicated. That’s Andrew Ousley.”
“Andrew is a lovely, professional person who knows how to get the right results. You can be sure you are in good hands working with him!”
“Andrew is great with digital media, and really understands how the different parts of a campaign fit in with each other.”
As market-leaders in Publicity, PR and promotion, we work with our clients to refine their story, design a campaign strategy, and then secure media placements across all major industry, mainstream and influencer outlets. We also coordinate all publicity with social media and marketing efforts, to ensure that the campaign is unified and cohesive in its approach and impact.
We cut through the smoke and mirrors of publicity, work hard for all of our clients, and get real, measurable results.
The Crypt Sessions and The Angel's Share are a pair of concert series that we curate, present and produce - one in the extraordinary Crypt chapel under the Church of the Intercession, Harlem, and the other in the Catacombs of The Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Each Crypt Session concert featured a pre-show wine and food tasting paired specially to the music, each Angel's Share show starts with a whiskey tasting at sunset overlooking the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines.
Our performances have been covered by CBS Sunday Morning, Fox News, NPR, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The New York Observer, New York 1 News, NYC-ARTS TV, WQXR, Opera News, Strings Magazine, The Strad, Parterre and many, many more.
Andrew Ousley spent a decade at the top of the classical record industry before forming Unison in 2015 and rapidly establishing it as one of the top PR/Marketing companies for classical music, opera and the performing arts. He also curates, presents and produces Unison's award-winning concert series The Crypt Sessions. In his spare time, he also runs Burger Club.
Beth brings the hot fire each and every day -whether it be ripping out a tune on her viola, or blowing the doors off of the PR for Unison's clients and campaigns. She served as top-notch flack at Carl Fischer Music/Theodore Presser before making the jump to the promised land, and we're pleased as punch she did.
Jenni is the total package: brains, brawn, and a highly-trained soprano voice. When she's not serenading the heavens, she's bringing her marketing know-how and social media savvy - from both inside the music industry and outside of it - to make magic happen here at Unison.
Nicole is the oil that keeps the Unison Machine operating at maximum capacity...she keeps the trains running on time, stops Andrew from setting things on fire, and makes sure Peepers is well-fed and happy (trust us, this is an important job).
When one of our clients' videos goes viral, chances are Linneah had a hand in the making of it, Known far and wide as "The Scorsese of YouTube," she brings her quick wit, sure hand, and impeccable timing to the many videos we produce.
We live in a visual culture, and it's precisely for that reason that we leave everything to Yichin when it comes to design. She's like a pyromanic King Midas, since everything she touches instantly turns to hot, hot fire.
Fay keeps our clients (and us) looking our Sunday Best no matter what day of the week it is. Whether styling photoshoots, sourcing clothing for events, or forging brand partnerships with designers, she makes sure we're always dressed to impress.
All hail Peepers...The Untamed, Queen of the Kitty Castle, Mother of Hairballs, Khaleesi of the Great Catnip Sea, Breaker of Toys, Scratcher of Couches, and Lord Protector of the Realm.
With more than a decade of experience in the music industry, Andrew Ousley has worked with artists such as Joyce DiDonato, Natalie Dessay, Alison Balsom, The Ébène Quartet, HJ Lim, The Knights and many more.
He has overseen the marketing, promotion, publicity and project management of fourteen #1 albums, from core classical to crossover to Fifty Shades of Grey - The Classical Album.
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