About us

Ophelias Culture PR - PR for classical music and culture

OPHELIAS Culture PR was founded by Ulrike Wilckens in 2000. The Munich-based agency caters for the PR- and communication needs of artists as well as cultural institutions and enterprises. Due to its extensive network of both national and international key media contacts, OPHELIAS PR ranks among the leading agencies in its field. Thorough briefings and consultations with clients precede the development of any of our strategies and campaigns – this is how we guarantee successful communication.

Ulrike Wilckens

Ulrike Wilckens

Ulrike Wilckens M.A. studied musicology, theatre studies, modern German literature and modern history at the Freie Universität Berlin and the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich. The topic of her dissertation was Meyerbeer’s political music theatre. Before becoming self-employed and establishing OPHELIAS PR, Ulrike Wilckens worked as dramaturg for several German opera houses and as a PR- and product manager in the record industry.

Theresa Trepesch

Theresa Trepesch

Theresa Trepesch studied music journalism for radio and multimedia at the Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe as well as musicology at the University of Würzburg and at the University of New Mexico, USA. She worked for many years at the International Music Competition of the ARD and also completed traineeships and internships at various radio stations. Her passions include chamber music as well as contemporary and early choral music.

Ulrike Olbrich

Ulrike Olbrich

Ulrike Olbrich studied dramaturgy in music theater, musicology and oriental studies at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and the Bayerischen Theaterakademie August Everding. She has long-term experience in PR, marketing, event management and as a dramaturg in various German theaters. Her areas of specialization include opera and singing.

Benedikt Klauser

Benedikt Klauser

Benedikt Klauser studied musicology and economics at the University of Würzburg where he worked for several years on the editorial project “Richard Wagner Schriften”. His particular areas of interest include Renaissance and contemporary music.