Social media marketing, Email marketing, Blogging, Personal branding, Non-profit branding, Strategic partnerships, Managing virtual teams.
Jonathan Eifert represents arts organizations and classical musicians seeking to build their social equity through the fusion of traditional and new media. He specializes in concert promotion, social media management, organizational communications, press relations, and brand partnerships. Project highlights have included bolstering the social media platforms of star tenor Michael Fabiano through strategic content, generating key press placement for the Cleveland International Piano Competition, managing the Golandsky Institute’s Summer Symposium at Princeton University, and rebranding the film series Living the Classical Life.
Jonathan previously worked at IMG Artists (London) and Astral (Philadelphia) before founding Jonathan Eifert Public Relations that serves clients throughout the U.S.
While living in London, Jonathan completed his Master of Arts degree in cultural policy and management (arts administration) from City, University of London—specializing in classical artists’ brands and their development. He holds his Bachelor of Music degree in piano from Cairn University and is an associate member of the Grammy Recording Academy.
For more info, visit jonathaneifert.com.
I absolutely love New York. Every time I have the chance to go, I do! While I’m based in Philadelphia, New York is just a day trip away and due to my management roles, I’m often doing business in the city. I primarily conduct meetings in the Meatpacking District because it is one of the trendiest spots at the moment. Even though I’m in the classical music industry that’s not known for…
IMAGINE! It’s Friday afternoon, your office closes at 5 PM, and you still haven’t posted something to your organization’s Facebook page. You know you don’t want to post another boring photo of your last event. What do you do? With many small arts organizations, a whole department doesn’t always handle such tasks like the one described. Your organization might only have two employees and the workload is shared. Plus, you might not…