Yusif Eyvazov Signs With Arcadia Artists Management

By Francisco Salazar

Yusif Eyvazov has signed with Arcadia Artists for worldwide general management.

Eyvazov has performed at some of the greatest opera houses in the world including Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Vienna State Opera, Teatro Real in Madrid, Berlin State Opera, Royal Opera House in London, Paris National Opera, Liceu Opera Barcelona, and The Metropolitan Opera, among others.

During the 2022-23 opera season he will perform Radamès in Verdi’s “Aida” at the Teatro Real in Madrid as well as Cavaradossi in Puccini’s “Tosca,” in three productions including the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Zürich Opera, and the Metropolitan Opera. He is set to perform at the Paris Opera, the Royal Opera House, and the Teatro alla Scala.

Eyavzov took to social media and said, “I am thrilled to announce that Veronika Arkhangel, who has founded Arcadia Artists, has taken over my worldwide general management. Stefania Gamba will oversee my engagements in Italy. The contact information for my new management team is available on my website and social media accounts. Berin Iglesias Artists as well will continue amazing job what they’re doing with our opera concerts in great and professional way as they’re doing for last six years. I am excited to begin working with Veronika, who spent the last sixteen years at The Metropolitan Opera and before that, worked for several years at Columbia Artists Management LLC (CAMI). She comes with a wealth of experience of working with artists, as well as extensive knowledge of the performing arts industry. I want to thank Jonathan Letts for our years of collaboration and am looking forward to my new partnership and this next chapter in my career.”

Arcadia Artists is a new boutique artist management firm founded by Veronika Arkhangel, whose most recent title was Associate Director, Artistic Planning at The Metropolitan Opera. Arkhangel began her career in the performing arts working as a Managerial Assistant at Columbia Artists Management LLC and then joined the Met.