Pr & Press office

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Press Office department, a new press office dedicated to the world of classical music. Our mission is to amplify the voices of classical musicians, composers, ensembles and orchestras bringing their artistry to a global audience. With a passion for the genre and a deep understanding of its rich history, we aim to provide comprehensive media coverage, strategic PR campaigns, and engaging content that resonates with both classical aficionados and new audiences alike.

At Only Stage Ltd., we believe in the transformative power of music and are committed to supporting the classical community through innovative storytelling, expert media relations, and dedicated promotional efforts. Join us as we celebrate the timeless beauty of classical music and ensure it continues to inspire and captivate future generations.

Welcome to Only Stage Ltd. – where classical music finds its voice.

Raffaella Tramontano

Raffaella Tramontano

Raffaella Tramontano has been a professional journalist since 1987 and a dance critic since 1990. In 1993, she transitioned to a freelance career, focusing on communication and promotion, collaborating with renowned figures such as Roberto De Simone, Francesco Nicolosi, Uto Ughi, the Mozart Italy Association, Beppe Menegatti, Carla Fracci, Vittoria Ottolenghi, and Vittoria Cappelli Ismael Ivo.

From 1999 to 2008, Raffaella was the Head of the Press Office at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. She continued in this role for the Napoli Teatro Festival from 2008 to 2017. Her expertise extended to the National Academy of Dance, the Naples Theater-National Theater, the Teatro Stabile di Catania, and currently, she is a consultant for the Teatro Argentina in Rome.

Since 2015, Raffaella has been the editor-in-chief of Campadidanza Dance Magazine. In 2016, she began organizing the Premio Le Maschere del Teatro Italiano, broadcast annually on Raiuno. She has published two books: “30 anni e + in Movimento” dedicated to the Movimento Danza Company, and “Si cambia danza – L’impatto del Covid 19 sul sistema danza in Italia” created in collaboration with the Political Science Department of the University Federico II of Naples, which is used as a text in several Italian universities.

Alfredo d'Agnese

Alfredo d’Agnese

Alfredo d’Agnese, born in Naples in 1959, holds a master’s degree in Performing Arts and has been a professional journalist since 1993. He contributes to prominent Italian magazines such as Repubblica delle Donne, Venerdì di Repubblica, and the online platform, including the Robinson supplement. Additionally, he collaborates with the Treccani Encyclopedia of Music. His portfolio includes reportage, articles, and investigative pieces for publications like L’Espresso, Epoca, Musica! XL, and Kataweb. Alfredo has also written scripts for Radio Rai and major Italian record labels.

As a co-founder of the Master’s program in Journalism in Naples, he directs Run Radio, the university station at Suor Orsola Benincasa University, where he teaches “Communication and Musical Languages” and “Youth Discomfort and Cultural Products” within the Faculty of Education. Alfredo coordinates the Master’s program in Radio Broadcasting at the same institution and has previously taught “Communication Techniques” at the Giuseppe Martucci Conservatory in Salerno.

Between 1999 and 2001, he managed communications for events at the Festa regionale dell’Unità and the Neapolis Festival. In 2013, he served as the head of the press office for the Ravello Festival.