March 7, 2019

GM Art&Music signs Sergio Escobar for Management

GM Art&Music is delighted to announce the signing of the management for spanish tenor Sergio Escobar. Despite his youth, Sergio has already sung may roles under the baton of conductors such as Michele Mariotti, Renato Palumbo, Riccardo Frizza, Zubin Mehta, Javier Bignamini. He has done many Master Classes with artists such as Jaime Aragall, Francisco Ortiz, Montserrat Caballé, Teresa Berganza
February 8, 2019

AIRAM HERNÁNDEZ WORLD PREMIERE ALBUM OF FRANZ LIZST'S LONG LOST OPERA RELEASED

Sardanapalo, has been released under the audite label, and is now available worldwide. https://www.audite.de/en/product/CD/97764-mazeppa_sardanapalo.html Franz Liszt never finished his mature opera Sardanapalo. Now 170 years old, the first act refracts the world of mid 19th-century opera through the prism of Liszt's unmistakable voice. Kirill Karabits conducts the Weimar Staatskapelle: Liszt's orchestra in the city in which he composed the opera.
January 17, 2019

M° Lorenzo Passerini Joins GM Art&Music For General Management

Gm Art&Music's new year proceeds with the important signing of young conductor Lorenzo Passerini. Born in Morbegno in 1991, M° Passerini graduated with honours in trombone at Como Conservatory in 2009 and as a trombonist he has toured worldwide under the baton of famous conductors such as John Axelrod, Andrey Boreyko, Fabio Luisi and Riccardo Muti. At the same time,
January 15, 2019

GM Art&Music signs Oleg Tsibulko for Management

GM Art&Music is delighted to announce the signing of the management for bass Oleg Tsibulko. Graduate of the Bolshoi Theatre’s prestigious Young Artist Programme and Second Prize-winner at Neue Stimmen 2013, Moldovan bass Oleg Tsibulko has since then made a series of significant international debuts in a repertoire including works by Rossini, Verdi, Mozart and Tchaikovsky. We are thrilled and
December 8, 2018

"Verdi: Rigoletto", starring Nadine Sierra and Francesco Demuro, Nominated for 2019 GRAMMY® as Best Opera Recording

"Verdi: Rigoletto", final recording of baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky starring Nadine Sierra as Gilda and Francesco Demuro as Duke of Mantua, is in the list of nominees for a 2019 GRAMMY® Award in the Best Opera Recording category. The album, released by Delos, was recorded with the Kaunas State Symphony Orchestra and the men of the Kaunas State Choir, conducted by
December 6, 2018

"There's a place for us" named one of The Best Classical Albums of 2018 by WQXR

Nadine Sierra's debut album There's A Place For Us is one The Best Classical Albums of 2018, according to New York's popular classical music radio station WQXR. American soprano Nadine Sierra, the 2017 Richard Tucker Award winner, has taken the opera world by storm with her exquisite voice and magnificent showmanship. Her debut album is decidedly political in tone —
September 5, 2018

Alagna-Kurzak's Album "Puccini In Love" by Sony Classical Available for Pre-Order

Sony Classical has just announced October 26th as the release date of "Puccini In Love", the first duet album of Roberto Alagna and Aleksandra Kurzak. The album was recorded with Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra conducted by M° Riccardo Frizza, and is available for pre-order starting today.   From Sony Classical: We are proud to announce that the first duet album of
August 25, 2018

Nadine Sierra's Debut Album Released

From http://nadinesierra.com/news/: Nadine Sierra’s debut album, There’s a Place for Us, has been released under the Deutsche Grammophon/Decca Gold label, and is now available worldwide here. When asked about the album in a recent interview with Pop Bytes, Ms. Sierra commented: “I always knew that on my first album, I didn’t want to just create something that was like, “here are
August 20, 2018

George Gagnidze joins GM Art & Music roster for Worldwide representation

Georgian baritone George Gagnidze has joined GM Art & Music for his worldwide representation. Regularly invited by the most prestigious international opera companies, George Gagnidze was born in Tbilisi and trained at the State Conservatory of his home town. “The Georgian baritone George Gagnidze was an exceptionally menacing Scarpia, singing with robust, earthy power and seductive lyricism when the villain
July 10, 2018

Jean-François Borras on the cover of Opéra Magazine, interviewed by Thierry Guyenne

Jean-François Borras interviewed by Thierry Guyenne from Opéra Magazine talks about his career. He tells us about his first engagements and his most recent ones, including the role of Faust in Mefistofele at Chorégies d'Orange. "I am struck by how Boito has taken the opposite of Gounod". You can read the whole interview here:  https://opera-magazine.com/2018/07/jean-francois-borras/