Eugenia Forteza Joins Bravissimo Management

By Afton Wooten
(Photo credit: Jessica Osber)

French-Argentinean mezzo-soprano Eugenia Forteza has joined Bravissimo Management.

Forteza recently made her debut at Carnegie Hall, with the Ana Gelovani Foundation, in its inaugural gala concert in New York. Last season, she debuted the title role in the Singapore premiere of Britten’s “The Rape of Lucretia,” Lola in Cavalleria Rusticana at the South Orange Performing Arts Center, and in concert with Marshall Opera.

Forteza has performed with National Sawdust, Chelsea Factory, Bare Opera, Lincoln Center, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Opera Philadelphia, The Opera People, Teatro Grattacielo, Gotham Early Music Scene, New Amsterdam Opera, Hudson Opera House, New Camerata Opera, Les Dominicains de Haute-Alsace and more. This fall, she is scheduled to perform a program titled “Con fuoco” featuring Mexican guitarist Emiliano Zapata, on Oct. 10 with City Lyric Opera.

In an Instagram announcement, Bravissimo Management said, “We are very happy to incorporate her into our outstanding roster of artists worldwide.”

Bravissimo Management is a women-led agency based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with an office in Marbella, Spain. The company manages artists worldwide including Juan Salvador TrupiaSergio GallardoMargherita Rotondi, among others.