Lina González-Granados Announces New Worldwide Management

By David Salazar
(© Todd Rosenberg Photography 2022)

Conductor Lina González-Granados has joined Opus 3 Artists for worldwide management.

The Colombian-American conductor will be represented by Julijana Mijalković and Jenny Vogel in Opus 3’s Los Angeles office.

“I am honored and delighted to become part of the Opus 3 family,” González-Granados said in an official press statement. “This represents the start of a new chapter in my professional life. Jenny, Julijana, and the whole Opus 3 team have shown how caring and dedicated they are to ensuring my continued and growing success in this field. With their backing and support, I feel my present and future is looking very bright.”

González-Granados was named as part of Bloomberg Línea’s 100 Influential Latinos of 2022 and was also the winner of the 2021 Sphinx Medal of Excellence and the Third Prize and ECHO Special Award of La Maestra Competition. She has conducted with such organizations as the LA Opera where she is Resident Conductor, the Philadelphia Orchestra, Opera Philadelphia, the Orchestre Metropolitain, Indianapolis Symphony, Sarasota Orchestra, Aalborg Symphony, and Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia, and the Seattle Orchestra. In 2023-24, she will debut with Orquesta Sinfónica de Puerto Rico, I Musici de Montreal, Charleston Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège, Orchestre Symphonique de Québec, New World Symphony, Euskadio Orkestra, and the San Antonio Philharmonic.

Opus 3’s roster also includes such conductors as David Robertson, Marin Alsop, and James Conlon, among others.