How much do we cost?

Promote Classical prides itself on providing professional marketing services at a fraction of the cost of traditional agencies. We can offer such a competitive rate because our business model works through assisting little and often, training musicians in servicing themselves rather than relying on agencies to do work for them; and offering flexible, affordable options of hourly pro-rated assistance.


Freelance Rates

Need some assistance with promoting yourself?

Our freelance tariffs are directly aimed at musicians needing help with digital marketing and administration.

Social Media Management, Image and PR consultancy, digital marketing, Graphic Design and Illustration is all charged at a flat rate of £25/$35ph

For example, a purchase of two hours per week (£50) would enable us to fully manage and grow your social media accounts, where our unique acquisition strategy averages about 100-150 followers directly from the classical music world on twitter each week!

We find that most clients using our freelance rates love the freedom of 'paying as they go', leading to greater flexibility and control over their expenditure and terms of engagement.

Here are some examples of how long it often takes us to complete projects:

  • Web Build with all content provided by client in advance: 3-5 hours
  • Concert Flyer/Leaflet Design: 2-3 hours
  • Constructing an Electronic Press Kit: 1-2 hours
  • Managing and growing your Social Media Accounts: 1-2 hours per week

The length of time needed for projects can and may vary, which is why we will draw up a personalised quote for each client depending on your needs.

Contact us today for your quote!


Fundraising, Crowdfunding and Individual Concert Promotion

Raising money for projects is often a necessity for musicians, and often a particularly regular issue for composers looking to get works performed. Promote Classical offers individualised and personalised consultancy on campaigns of all shapes and sizes, ranging from booking and managing recording sessions with major orchestras to helping pay conservatoire tuition fees for students.