“I believe very strongly that it is of the utmost importance to find the “right manager” – someone who “guides and nurtures” careers, and helps the artist understand what is necessary in order to advance at the various stages that happen in the course of a lifetime career. This “marriage” between artist and manager is perhaps the most important professional decision that the artist will have to make alone – and this choice will shape what happens and when, in the natural evolution of a career. I maintain a very small and select group of singers and conductors, so that I can have the time and energy necessary to accomplish these goals.” – Matthew Laifer


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Grigory Soloviov, bass-baritone


Zoya Gramagin, Soprano

Singer Natasha Novitskaia

Natasha Novitskaia, Mezzo-Soprano

Herrera, Mezzo-Soprano

Nancy Fabiola Herrera, Mezzo-Soprano




Herrera, Mezzo-Soprano

Herrera, Nancy Fabiola

BIOGRAPHY || REPERTOIRE || CRITICAL ACCLAIM || ENGAGEMENTS || VIDEO Spanish mezzo-soprano Nancy Fabiola Herrera had her debut at the Colon Buenos Aires as Isabella in their new L’Italiana to great success just recently!  She enjoyed great successes last year at the Metropolitan Opera as Herodias in Salome where “she stole the show with her full … Continue reading Herrera, Nancy Fabiola

Sanchez, opera artist

Sanchez, Cesar

BIOGRAPHY || REPERTOIRE || VIDEO Mexican-born tenor, Cesar Sanchez, is an exciting new artist who is praised for his heroic intensity and rich passionate voice. He is a full lyric tenor whose voice is particularly suited to the late Romantic operas, especially the music of Verdi and Puccini. Cesar began his music studies as a … Continue reading Sanchez, Cesar

Shin, Dongwon

BIOGRAPHY ||  REPERTOIRE || CRITICAL ACCLAIM || ENGAGEMENTS || VIDEO Korean born tenor Dongwon Shin has been singing some of the dramatic operatic repertoire the last several years including Tabarro with Opera Carolina,Manrico in Dresden, the Arizona Opera, Ft. Worth Opera and Opera de Montreal, Radames at Covent Garden and at the Vienna Staatsoper to glowing reviews. He also performed … Continue reading Shin, Dongwon

Conductor Rudolf Piehlmayer

Piehlmayer, Rudolf

BIOGRAPHY || REPERTOIRE || CRITICAL ACCLAIM || VIDEO Rudolf Piehlmayer was born in Straubing, Germany, and studied piano, clarinet, and conducting at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in München. In 1986 he won the sponsorship of the C.M.v. Weber Contest as well as the Felix Mottl Competition in Munich, and in 1987 he won the International Weber Contest … Continue reading Piehlmayer, Rudolf

Singer Natasha Novitskaia

Novitskaia, Natasha

BIOGRAPHY || REPERTOIRE || ENGAGEMENTS || VIDEO Russian-born mezzo Natasha Novitskaia debuts at the Mythos Festival as Amneris in the coming summer after being chosen as a winner of their competition this past January.  She will also perform in the Mascagni gala on August 12 singing the Ave Maria (honoring Fiorenze Cossotto) and returns in summer … Continue reading Novitskaia, Natasha

Gramagin, Zoya

 BIOGRAPHY || REPERTOIRE || VIDEO Soprano Zoya Gramagin, who hails from Moscow, has been praised for her beautiful, vibrant voice with characteristically warm Slavic colors, while maintaining a very Italianate sound. The Petersburg-Concert (Saint Petersburg, Russia) called her a “true Verdian soprano, [with] fascinating richness of the voice and fiery musicality.” Following a recent performance at the Lowell House … Continue reading Gramagin, Zoya

Soloviov, Grigory

BIOGRAPHY || REPERTOIRE || CRITICAL ACCLAIM || VIDEO Russian-American bass-baritone Grigory Soloviov was recently praised for his portrayal of the title character in Jay Reise’s 1988 opera Rasputin: “Grigory Soloviov’s deep booming bass is truly hypnotizing; it puts you into some kind of trance. It is chillingly beautiful.”  For the same role, another reviewer said, “The character … Continue reading Soloviov, Grigory