Macbeth Media Relations is a specialist public relations agency working across the classical music field

Established in New York in the mid 80’s, Macbeth Media Relations relocated to London in 1989 where it continues to work closely with singers, musicians and composers, as well as presenters of concerts and operas. Over its 30 years in the industry, Macbeth Media Relations has built a reputation for its creativity and reliability, and for consolidating individual and distinctive profiles for its clients.


Ginny Macbeth – Macbeth Media Relations

Ginny Macbeth

Finding herself in New York with nearly 10 years of working in various sectors of classical music under her belt – including 18 months touring in Europe and the US with a concert pianist – Ginny set up on her own in New York in 1986, and in London in 1989. The combination of being on the road and three years in New York gave her considerable insight into the need for artists and organisations to own their own stories and to be comfortable to tell them. Back in the UK for more than 30 years, the agency continues to maintain its contacts with the US and works with a small and high-profile roster of international clients. Ginny has served on the Board of the ABO since 2014 and was appointed an Honorary Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in 2019. She is enormously proud of the fact that Julian Anderson’s Prayer for solo viola is dedicated to her.

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Anne White – Macbeth Media Relations

Anne White

Anne joined Macbeth Media Relations in 1995 following 16 years in publishing and worked alongside Ginny in developing the agency’s infrastructure. As well as being responsible for the organisation’s administrative and financial operations, Anne provides support and back up both within the office and to the clients, ensuring the smooth progression of increasingly complex projects.

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Moë Faulkner – Macbeth Media Relations

Moë Faulkner

After graduating from University College of London with a BA in French with Film Studies, Moë spent six months at Intermusica Artists’ Management as their Marketing and Publicity Trainee. Prior to joining Macbeth Media Relations in October 2013, Moë’s week was split between the press departments at the Barbican Centre and the Royal Opera House. At Macbeth Media, the majority of Moë’s work is with solo artists. Always mindful of “the bigger picture” and the clients’ long-term goals, as well as being thoroughly researched and organised, Moë’s role involves figuring out short and long term press strategies, collaborating with the press, and daily liaison with the artists.

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Martina Furlan – Macbeth Media Relations

Martina Furlan

Being from a musical family, it was inevitable that Martina would study music in some shape or form. After finishing her studies in harp at the Conservatoires of Verona and Bolzano, along with a BA in Interpreting and Translation at the University of Bologna, Martina decided to pack her harp and bags, and moved to London in 2013. After three years working in luxury hospitality, she joined Macbeth Media in August 2016, where she works side by side with Ginny to generate press for the organisations represented by the company. As well as taking care of the core administrative work and setting up events, a large part of Martina’s role is researching and planning press initiatives.

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Marta Zenka – Macbeth Media Relations

Marta Zenka

Following her graduation from Central Saint Martins with a BA in Graphic Communication Design, Marta interned at the London Design Festival and worked as an Artist Assistant. During this time, she also set up an independent press called Spun Press and the South London based poetry night Gobjaw. Marta joined Macbeth Media relations in September 2019 where her work includes looking after press cuttings, social media for both the agency and clients, and general administrative support including photo enquiries and press mailings.

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Sonia Stevenson

Sonia started working with the team at Macbeth Media Relations in 2019 as a consultant on a number of projects and with a particular focus on contemporary composers. She has previously held positions at Lichfield Festival, Faber Music, Connaught Artists, the Philharmonia Orchestra where her duties included being PA to the Orchestra’s Principal Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen. Sonia is currently Festival Director of St Andrews Voices, agent to composers Deborah Pritchard and Thomas Hyde, and a Trustee of the British Arts Festivals Associations.

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