Soprano Anna Netrebko Dropped By Administration Company


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Russian soprano Anna Netrebko has been quietly faraway from the web site of Heart Stage Artist Administration (CSAM), the place she had beforehand been represented by Judith Neuhoff. Neuhoff lately confirmed the break up to Munich radio and tv station Bayrischer Rundfunk (BR), however mentioned she couldn’t go into any additional particulars. CSAM has since not commented on the matter.

Whereas not explicitly confirmed, it’s possible that the break up with Netrebko is on account of her recognized help for the Russian president Vladimir Putin. When the battle started, Netrebko made an Instagram put up condemning the conflict. In early March, nonetheless, she determined that she would like to withdraw from all her future appearances on the Metropolitan Opera relatively than denounce the invasion, which raised questions on her stance.

CSAM is owned by Common Music, which lately opted to droop their Russian operations and shut all their Russian branches with the intention to impose cultural sanctions in opposition to Russia. Regardless of the break up with CSAM, it could seem that Netrebko is continuous her relationship with Maxim Berin, who represents her in Russia, the Baltic states, and at personal occasions.

A spokesperson for Deutsche Grammophon additionally confirmed to BR that Netrebko has misplaced all of her recording contracts with the corporate, although her current recordings will stay obtainable.

Netrebko’s husband, the Azerbaijani tenor Yusif Eyvazov, stays on CSAM’s roster, alongside Russian singers Olga Peretyatko, Ildar Abdrazakov, and Dmitry Korchak.

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