Classical music consultancy, publicity, promotion and concert management.
Projects for artists associated with British music.
What we do and
who we work with


Archery Promotions is an independent music consultancy, focusing on artistic and programme co-ordination, concert management, publicity, media campaigns, launches and event support for music societies, trusts, festivals and artists. Many of these collaborations are supportive of, although by no means exclusive to, British music.

Proprietor, Karen Fletcher, is the Publicity and Events Officer for the Ralph Vaughan Williams Society and also works in a similar capacity with the Delius Society and the John Ireland Trust. She is the Publicity Officer for the English Music Festival, with whom she has a long association, and works regularly with the Malcolm Arnold Festival. Karen is also a consultant to the British Music Society.
© Matt Smith Photography
Proprietor, Karen Fletcher
We work with Festivals, Orchestras, Societies, Trusts and Artists, including:
RVW_society The english music festival British music society National Trust
John Ireland Trust
John Ireland Trust
John Ireland Trust
Previous Projects

Previous projects have included initiating and organising talks and receptions on behalf of the Vaughan Williams Society, including premieres of ‘A Cambridge Mass’ ‘The Garden of Proserpine’, Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra, and in collaboration with the UK Sibelius Society. 

We have organised CD launches independently and in collaboration with record labels including Naxos, Dutton, SOMM, Albion, and the British Music Society.

Previous clients have included:
  • ‘Celebrating Percy Grainger Festival’, Kings Place, London
  • ‘John Ireland in Chelsea’ Festival
  • Leicester International Music Festival
  • The William Alwyn Festival
  • Birmingham Conservatoire
  • Chetham’s School of Music
  • Conductors: Sakari Oramo, Andrew Manze,
    John Wilson, Martin Yates, John Gibbons,
    Richard Jenkinson and Ben Palmer
Forthcoming events

February 2017
CD launch with live music
A private event for the Ralph Vaughan
Williams Society

Saturday 25th February 2017
St John the Evangelist Church,
Iffley Road, Oxford Corona Strings, Conductor Janet Lince
www.coronastrings.co.uk/concerts.htm

8th March 2017   1.10pm
Răzvan Suma & Rebeca Omordia
UK Tour
Hertford College, Oxford University


9th March 2017   7.30pm
Răzvan Suma & Rebeca Omordia
UK Tour

Enescu Series, Romanian Cultural Institute, London


10th March 2017   1.00pm
Răzvan Suma & Rebeca Omordia
UK Tour

Birmingham and Midland Institute


13th March 2017   1.10pm
Răzvan Suma & Rebeca Omordia
UK Tour

Blackheath Halls


14th March 2017   1.05pm
Răzvan Suma & Rebeca Omordia
UK Tour

Cheltenham Town Hall


17th March 2017   1.10pm
Răzvan Suma & Rebeca Omordia
UK Tour

St James's Piccadilly


20th March 2017   1.00pm
Răzvan Suma & Rebeca Omordia
UK Tour

St Martin in the Fields


Saturday 13th May 2017
St John the Evangelist Church,
Iffley Road, Oxford Corona Strings, Conductor Janet Lince
www.coronastrings.co.uk/concerts.htm

26th - 30th May 2017
The 11th English Music Festival -
Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
www.englishmusicfestival.org.uk
We work flexibly with artists who fit our portfolio,
on a one-off project or contract basis:

Mark Bebbington, piano

John Gibbons, conductor

Midori Komachi, violin

Rebeca Omordia, piano

Hiro Takenouchi,
piano

Penelope Thwaites, piano

Ian Venables, composer

Sally Wigan, piano

Amy Littlewood, violin
and Hetti Price, cello

The Gobetti Duo:
Sally Wigan and
Anna Ovsyanikova

The Carice Singers