November 5, 2020

GM Art&Music Signs Pretty Yende For General Management

GM Art&Music is thrilled to announce the signing of Pretty Yende. The young South African soprano joins Gianluca Macheda's roster for General Management. Born in in the small town of Piet Retief in South Africa, Pretty Yende has quickly become one of the brightest stars of the classical music world, having appeared at nearly all of the major theaters of
September 21, 2020

Conductor Luis Miguel Méndez joins GM Art&Music for General Management

Proudly we announce to sign conductor Luis Méndez-Chaves for General Management. Luis Méndez-Chaves was born in Pontevedra in 1983, where he studied clarinet. He was part of the Young Orchestra of the Galician Symphony, Young National Orchestra of Spain, European Youth Orchestra, Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. He worked together with the Arnold Schoenberg Quartet, Music Master Course in Kazusa (Japan),
July 24, 2020

Maestro Wilson nominated for an Opus Klassik 2020 Award as "Conductor of Year"

Maestro Wilson has just been nominated for an Opus Klassik 2020 Award as "Conductor of Year," in recognition of her work on the recording of Rossini's Sigismondo. The album was recorded live in Munich with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks and soloists Marianna Pizzolato, Hera Hyesang Park, Kenneth Tarver, Rachel Kelly, and Gavan Ring. The recording received three
June 17, 2020

GM Art&Music Signs Tenor Celso Albelo for General Management

With his truly genuine bel-canto voice, Celso Albelo is currently one of the most courted tenors on the international opera circuit. Born in Santa Cruz in Tenerife, he trained in the conservatoire in his home town and at the Escuela Superior de Canto Reina Sofía in Madrid before being accepted at the Busseto Academy. His international career has taken him
April 6, 2020

Jessica Pratt on the cover of OperaLife

Our beautiful and wonderful Jessica Pratt is interviewed by Alessandro Bugno, talking about opera, her childhood, her family, her hobbies for this month's release of OperaLife magazine. You can read the full interview here: https://operalife.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=987&Itemid=607
March 6, 2020

Maria Agresta on the cover of OperaLife magazine

Maria Agresta is interviewed by Alessandro Bugno, talking about opera, her hobbies, her socia media, family, for OperaLife magazine. A beautiful image of our charming and gentle Maria. You can read in full here: https://operalife.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=961&Itemid=594
February 17, 2020

Aleksandra Kurzak's new album "Desire" to be released on 8th May on Sony Classical

Sony Classical has announced the forthcoming release of Aleksandra Kurzak's new album Desire on 8th May  2020. For her first solo album by Sony, Aleksandra celebrates the great romantic heroines of the operatic repertoire she loves, from Tosca to Leonora, Adriana or Tatiana... ❝ These heroines speak directly to my soul and to my heart, since I was a child.
February 6, 2020

Four GM's artists nominated finalists for Opera Award prizes

Four GM's artists nominated finalists for Opera Award prizes, in three different categories. Maria Agresta as Best Female Singer, Riccardo Frizza as Best Conductor, Zuzana Marková and Xabier Anduaga as Best Young Singer. The shortlist was compiled by an impressive international jury drawn from a range of backgrounds including critics, opera directors, conductors and designers, chaired by John Allison, editor
January 23, 2020

Track from Jessica Pratt's album Serenade has been used in an American series

The American series 'The Morning Show', with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, used a track from Jessica Pratt's album Serenade with pianist Vincenzo Scalera, for background music in a scene with Jennifer Aniston. The aria is Malinconia, ninfa gentile by Vincenzo Bellini. You can find the scene here: https://youtu.be/fCGf0fv0ccg
January 14, 2020

GM Art & Music signs Elizabeth DeShong for Management

GM Art & Music is delighted to announce the signing of the management for american mezzo-soprano Elizabeth DeShong. Opera News wrote of Elizabeth DeShong's performance as Sesto in the Los Angeles Opera's production of La Clemenza di Tito: "Elizabeth DeShong took pride of place as Sesto. Completely unrecognizable in her beard and dingy armor, DeShong sang with the range, expressiveness