Ginny Macbeth

Ginny set up Macbeth Media Relations in 1989, in response to more than 10 years acting as an assistant and agent to soloists, working across Europe and, following three years based in New York where she worked alongside US agents and publicists building relationships with US concert promoters and the media.  Macbeth Media Relations’ team of five works closely with a small roster of clients for whom it builds and develops long-term communications strategies devised in close collaboration with management and, tailored to deliver specifically targeted objectives.  In addition to singers, soloists, conductors and composers, Macbeth Media Relations works with opera companies including the Met in New York, Opera Rara and Independent Opera, with the Wiener Symphoniker and since its opening ten years ago, with Kings Place.

ginny@macbethmediarelations.co.uk

Anne White

Anne joined Macbeth Media Relations in 1995 following 16 years in publishing and has since 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.

anne@macbethmediarelations.co.uk

Moë Faulkner

During her time at University College London studying for a BA in French with Film Studies, Moë was a member of UCL’s semi-professional opera company which has specialised in putting on rarely performed and forgotten operas at the Bloomsbury Theatre for over 60 years. She played violin in the orchestra and helped the committee on a variety of matters including sponsorship, marketing and press. After graduating in August 2012, Moë spent six months at Intermusica Artists’ Management Ltd as their Marketing and Publicity Trainee. Prior to joining Macbeth Media Relations in October 2013, Moë’s working week was split between the press departments at the Barbican Centre and the Royal Opera House.

moe@macbethmediarelations.co.uk

Martina Furlan

Being from a musical family, it was inevitable that Martina would study music in some shape or form.  In 1997, she entered the Conservatoire of Verona to study harp.  At the same time she also studied Interpreting and Translation at the University of Bologna.  After successfully finishing both undergraduate degrees, Martina went onto complete a Masters in the harp at the Conservatoire of Bolzano.  Following graduation in 2013, Martina decided to pack her harp and bags, moving to London where she spent the next three years in luxury hospitality.  She joined Macbeth Media Relations in August 2016, returning to her first love and passion – the world of classical music.

martina@macbethmediarelations.co.uk

Photo credit: (1) Elizabeth Handy, (2-4) Macbeth Media Relations