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Congratulations to Gustavo Dudamel, Warner Classics, Seattle Symphony, The Knights & Gil Shaham, J’Nai Bridges, JACK Quartet
The series of 60+ videos, each under a minute, is designed to teach developing artists the key concepts of branding, publicity, social media, and marketing
Andrew speaks to Con Fuoco about how he formed Unison based on the principles of honesty, transparency, and holding himself and his staff to a higher standard of results.
Andrew discusses the best social media best practices - and how performing artists can most effectively and efficiently use them to bolster their careers.
Andrew contributes to an article about 19 things VAN thinks will be different post-COVID—based on over a dozen conversations with people across the music world.
Andrew discusses the history of The Crypt Sessions and The Angel's Share in his conversation with George Grella of the Brooklyn Rail
Wynton Marsalis & Nicola Benedetti, Gustavo Dudamel, Warner Classics & Joyce DiDonato, Blanton Alspaugh & ROCO, and the Attacca Quartet all took home statues.
Forbes spoke to Andrew about his vision for classical music, and his Crypt and Catacomb concerts.
The honor names him among the trade magazine's top "Movers and Shakers" of the classical music industry.
Andrew joins the conversation for an informative talk about the state of social media for singers, what a PR firm actually does in classical music, and where he thinks this corner of the industry is going.
For its work in PR and on its innovative concert series, Unison was awarded the American Prize for Arts Marketing, 2017-18.
Andrew and Kai talk about the powerful influence his parents have had on him, choosing a major in college based on learning and not job security, and how volunteering at a cat shelter played a role in him getting a job at EMI Records.
Andrew discusses his first job in the record industry, the inspiration to start his own business, the importance of storytelling, and more in his conversation with Tracy Friedlander
With more than a decade of experience in the music industry, Andrew Ousley has worked with artists and organizations such as Lawrence Brownlee, Conrad Tao, Kevin Puts, Warner Music, On Site Opera, and more.
Creator Magazine speaks with Unison Media's founder and president about how the company is changing the way classical music is portrayed.
Andrew discusses the basics of publicity, social media marketing, websites, and album promotion in a four-part series with NewMusicBox
PROTOTYPE's Beth Morrison speaks to Associated Press about the festival's experimental virtual season.
Opera News features Lawrence Brownlee on the cover of its December 2020 issue, highlighting his virtuosity and outspoken advocacy for racial justice.
Paola Prestini speaks with the Financial Times about the joy of exploring and combining styles ahead of the premiere of her new work Con Alma.
NPR reviews composer Sarah Kirkland Snider's 'Mass for the Endangered,' saying the work is "luminous" and "shines with multi-layered singing of uncommon beauty."
Arts and Culture Texas speaks to ROCO’s artistic director, Alecia Lawyer about the upcoming season.
CBS Sunday Morning speaks to Gustavo Dudamel about his Venezuelan program that stresses music as a way to enhance lives and targets students when they're young.
Joshua Bell speaks to Forbes about how he is spending his time during the pandemic.
The New York Times features J'nai Bridge's panel on race and inequality in opera.
J'Nai Bridges speaks to the NYTimes about her experience post-COVID.
Lara St. John speaks to Strings Magazine about her new album of the Franck and ‘Kreutzer’ sonatas.
The New Yorker features Jeremy Denk's livestream performances of Bach’s “Well-Tempered Clavier.”
The Houston Chronicle speaks to River Oaks Chamber Orchestra’s artistic director, Alecia Lawyer about their streaming performances.
Studio360 interviews Wynton Marsalis about his work as a classical composer.
The Boston Globe reviews Stefan Jackiw, Benjamin Zander, and the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra as they perform the Mendelssohn Concerto.
The New York Times interviews Conrad Tao about becoming a rising star at 25.
J'nai Bridges speaks to The New York Times about preparing herself for her Met debut.
BET speaks to J'nai Bridges about her debut as Nefertiti.
AL DÍA interviews Daniela Mack as she takes the stage as Juno, for the production of “Semele.”
Wynton Marsalis releases his recording of the 2015 Violin Concerto, performed by Nicola Benedetti and the Philadelphia Orchestra, representing Mr. Marsalis’s return to a major classical imprint.
Classic FM reviews Daniela Mack preparing for her performance of Handel’s opera Alcina.
Cleveland Plain-Dealer reviews Gemma New filling in for Bramwell Tovey with the Cleveland Orchestra.
San Francisco Classical Voice interviews Gemma New about her recent debuts.
The Associated Press speaks with Daniela Mack and Andrew Ousley about "Dido and Aeneas," performed in the Green-Wood Cemetery catacombs
The New York Times reviews JACK Quartet's bold performance of the complete quartets of Elliott Carter.
John Holiday speaks to The New Yorker about diversifying the opera world and about his influences.
Lawrence Brownlee speaks to NPR about his song cycle that relates to The Black Lives Matter Movement
The New York Times speaks to Lawrence Brownlee about his song cycle that relates to The Black Lives Matter Movement.
NPR films an intimate video of Lawrence Brownlee and Jason Moran performing a spiritual in a Harlem Crypt, in honor of Black Lives Matter
The Great Big Story interviews John Holiday about his success.
PBS interviews Gemma New about her success as a conductor.