December 20, 2017

GM Art&Music signs bass John Relyea for General Management

GM Art&Music is delighted to announce bass John Relyea has joined the agency for worldwode representation. John Relyea has appeared on many of the world’s great operatic stages, including the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera (where he is an alumnus of the Merola Opera Program and a former Adler Fellow), Lyric Opera of Chicago, Royal Opera House-Covent Garden, Paris Opera,
December 11, 2017

New Release Ave Maria 2 Voices Stefano Secco / Sarah Maria Punga by Halidon Music

Ave Maria (for two voices) | Bach-Gounod, Schubert, Mascagni Performed by Stefano Secco and Sarah Maria Punga. This project revolves around a particular and unusual vocal duo: tenor Stefano Secco and mezzo soprano Sarah Maria Punga. Their vocal patterns blend perfectly in a counterpointed prayer, creating an atmosphere of pure mysticism. Bach-Gounod, Schubert and Mascagni's Ave Maria (never-before heard as
December 7, 2017

Les Pêcheurs de perles DVD, starring Matthew Polenzani, nominated for 2017 GRAMMY Award

The Metropolitan Opera’s DVD and Blu-Ray release of Bizet’s ‘Les Pêcheurs de perles,’ featuring Matthew Polenzani as Nadir and Diana Damrau as Leïla, is nominated for a 2017 GRAMMY Award: Best Opera Recording. This DVD was recorded during a LIVE in HD world-wide broadcast in cinemas. For more information on the ceremony and winners announcement in February visit The GRAMMYs online.
December 6, 2017

Jessica Pratt interviewed by Ópera Actual

Jessica Pratt interviewed by Sergi Sánchez, Ópera Actual, about her carrer, her roles, about bel canto and about her upcoming engagement at Liceu in Barcelona, L'elisir d'amore. Have a look at the whole interview at  
November 20, 2017

Airam Hernández debuts the role of Faust in Gounod homonymous masterpiece

After been called "magnificent" (Díapason Magazine), "moving, colorful tenor" (Das Opernglas) and "the revelation of a talent" (ResMusic) for his acclaimed debut as Edgardo in Lucia de Lammermoor at Opéra de Lausanne, this November Airam will debut the role of Faust in Gounod's homonymous masterpiece, one of the most complex and iconic roles within the tenor repertoire. This long expected
October 9, 2017

GM Art&Music Welcomes Soprano Damiana Mizzi To Its Artist Roster

Italian soprano Damiana Mizzi has recently joined GM Art&Music for General Management. A native of Puglia, Damiana made her debut very young in 2004 in the role of Rosina in Paisiello's Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Since then, she appeared on many important theatres and festivals both in Italy and abroad and she has wprked with renowed conductors such as Riccardo
September 27, 2017

Riccardo Frizza named Musical Director of Donizetti Festival in Bergamo

Riccardo Frizza is now the Musical Director of Donizetti Festival in Bergamo: the councilor for Culture of the city of Bergamo, Nadia Ghisalberti, the General Director of Fondazione Teatro Donizetti Massimo Boffelli together with the artistic director of Fondazione Donizetti Francesco Micheli and the scientific director Paolo Fabbri have announced it.  The commitment of the new Musical Director will be realized immediately,
September 22, 2017

GM Art&Music Signs Tenor Bryan Hymel for General Management

GM Art&Music is thrilled to announce the signing of tenor Bryan Hymel for General Management. Praised by The New York Times for his "unflagging stamina and impetuous abandon" during his 2012 Metropolitan Opera debut as Énée in Les Troyens, Bryan Hymel went on to be awarded the Metropolitan Opera's Beverly Sills Artist Award for his achievements in the production. Hailed
September 13, 2017

GM Art&Music is now on Facebook

GM Art&Music has recently launched its brand new Facebook Page. It will feature updated news and information on our artists and activities. Follow us at:  
September 11, 2017

M° Henrik Nánási makes an outstanding debut at San Francisco Opera with "Elektra"

"An unforgettable company debut." (SFGATE). M° Henrik Nánási's first time on the podium of San Francisco Opera was hailed as a real triumph by both the press and the audience. The young Hungarian conductor led the Orchestra in the première of Richard Strauss's famed Elektra, which ended up with standing ovations and bravos. Elektra, in a new staging by Keith