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Alpha Omega to open office in UK

The Italian agency has partnered with UK indie Enso Music Management, in a move both companies say will strengthen opportunities for their respective rosters

By Jon Chapple on 30 Aug 2017

Alex Azzali, Alpha Omega Management

image © Alpha Omega Management

Italian metal agency Alpha Omega Management is to open a UK and Ireland office as part of a “collaborative partnership” with UK-based Enso Music Management.

Enso – an artist management and PR company, also specialising in heavy metal, based in the south-west of England – says the collaboration will “promote, support and develop the career of both [companies’] rosters around the world”. Metal heavyweights represented by Alpha Omega include Steve Di Giorgio, Omen, Node, DRI (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles) and Norway’s Ancient, while Enso’s management roster includes Perpetua, Fractions and and Xerosun.

“Enso Music Management & PR is proud to announce a collaborative partnership with Alpha Omega Management to promote, support and develop the career of both rosters around the world,” say Enso’s Rachael Harrison and Dorothy Demeester in a joint statement. “We entered this collaboration as, more than ever, we want to share our passion for music and team up with people as passionate as we are.

“We want to share our passion for music and team up with people as passionate as we are”

“This passion for music is what we found in the Alpha Omega team, so it was obvious for us to join forces with them and start a new exciting journey, dedicated to our bands and the development of their career. We are really proud of this and looking forward to building up the best structure to give the best support our artists.”

Alex Azzali (pictured), Alpha Omega’s general manager, explains the UK/Irish office joins the agency’s HQ in Italy and branch offices in the Americas and Ukraine/Russia. He continues: “Earlier this year we launched the new brand of [tour] services, Alpha Omega Tours, and just recently we inaugurated our new management branch, dedicated to the needs and interests of session musicians and solo artists.

“Our hard-working team has [put in the] hours to reach every target and milestone we set at the beginning of our journey, and today we are proud to be considered a highly valued band and artist management company, gaining appreciation from the music scene worldwide.”


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