An active and experienced musician, she has an insider’s feel for the material with which she is working and has plenty of interesting input for her clients to consider
Frances Wilson offers a range of publicity services for classical musicians, from rewriting artist biographies, simple social media campaigns and one-off projects to more involved long-term strategies, including profile-building and ongoing publicity support, tailored to the client’s aims and requirements.
Her clients have featured on BBC Radio 3, Scala Radio, local radio, independent podcasts, in leading industry publications including Classical Music, Musical Opinion, International Piano, Pianist magazine, Apollo magazine, the Times Literary Supplement, and History Today, and on respected independent websites/blogs such as Seen and Heard International, The Classical Source and Planet Hugill.
Please contact Frances for further information or to discuss your requirements
Royal School of Church Music
The heart and home of church music, RSCM is an educational charity committed to promoting the study, practice and improvement of music in Christian worship. Its Platinum Project is a special commission from award-winning British composer Thomas Hewitt Jones to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June 2022.
London Chamber Music Society
LCMS hosts a series of innovative and well-established Sunday concerts at London’s Kings Place, featuring the very best chamber musicians in varied and generous programmes. This season’s series includes a special concert to celebrate the 50th birthday of Chilingirian Quartet, as well as welcoming new friends Solem Quartet and Rosetti Ensemble.
“bringing the very best classical chamber music to London audiences at affordable prices”
Publisher of high-quality peer-reviewed scholarly books with a wider cultural impact on subjects including art, religion, philosophy, politics and visual art, with a special focus on the Middle East and North Africa regions.
‘…this sumptuously illustrated and beautifully produced book…shows us that there is still much to learn from buildings we thought we knew. Alain George fires the imagination through his careful but evocative reimagining.’Scott Redford, Times Literary Supplement, on The Umayyad Mosque of Damascus, published by Gingko Library in July 2021
7 Star Arts
Working with a number of internationally-renowned classical artists, including pianists Viv McLean and Anthony Hewitt, and violinist David Le Page, 7 Star Arts presents a diverse range of unique and original productions, often combining words and music, and words, music and art, designed for festivals, arts centres and small-scale or more unusual venues.
STOP PRESS: Hasta Astor! A brand new show for 2022 celebrating the life and music of Argentinean composer and creator of nuevo tango, Astor Piazzolla.
atmospheric, stirring and deeply movingAudience comment on Cabaret Beyond Borders
Hertfordshire Festival of Music
Founded in 2016, the Hertfordshire Festival of Music (HFoM) has grown rapidly from a small weekend event to a major summer celebration of classical music, based in and around the attractive historic county town of Hertford, just 25 minutes by rail from central London.
the very highest level of music-making & extremely imaginative programmes in beautiful locationsJudith Weir, CBE, Master of the Queen’s Music & Featured Living Composer for the 2021 festival
An established part of the summer classical music calendar, under the direction and vision of co-Artistic Directors conductor Tom Hammond and composer James Francis Brown, HFoM is now one of the UK’s major music festivals, featuring international artists and ensembles alongside innovative outreach and educational projects.
HFoM 2022: 2-11 June
‘La Folia’ – Ensemble La Notte
In keeping with these strange times, Ensemble La Notte’s second CD, La Folia (Released: June 2021), explores Baroque music on the themes of chaos, madness and the bizarre. The album includes a variety of music from countries around Europe and features works by both mainstream and lesser-known Baroque composers.
an engaging journey through madness and chaos, but also order and form……with performances full of character and imaginationreview by Robert Hugill/Planet Hugill
Note for Note: Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered
A truly inspirational odyssey. The author’s musical journey will motivate and encourage everyone – his determination and disciplined long-term endeavours in music makes for a compelling, unique read.Murray McLachlan, Concert Pianist & Educator, Head of Keyboard at Chetham’s School of Music
Note for Note is a Pilgrim’s Progress for the amateur pianist, in which author and keen amateur pianist, Howard Smith, charts the pleasures and the pitfalls, the achievements and “lightbulb moments” of learning and playing the piano. While there are many books written from the perspective of the professional pianist, Note for Note is a rarity in that it is entirely written from the point of view of the amateur musician. An inspiring and supportive must-read for anyone considering embarking on a similar journey as well as those who are already fully committed to it