Unison wins the American Prize in Arts Marketing

For its work in PR and on its innovative concert series, Unison was awarded the American Prize for Arts Marketing, 2017-18.

Founded in 2015 by Andrew Ousley, Unison Media does a bit of everything – whether it’s handling publicity and social media for artists like Gustavo Dudamel, Lawrence Brownlee, Stefan Jackiw, Conrad Tao, On Site Opera, and many others, or building websites, or running our two concert series – they try to explore new and different ways to promote opera and classical music and to bring more beauty to a world that desperately needs it.

Unison’s two concert series, collectively Death of Classical, include The Crypt Sessions, which features solo and chamber performances in a Crypt Chapel in Harlem, and The Angel’s Share, which presents chamber music and fully staged operas in the Catacombs at The Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Both series have been covered by all major cultural outlets, and The Crypt Sessions was named one of The New York Times’ “Best Classical Music Concerts of 2017.”

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