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    • About Neivi Martinez

    • BIOGRAPHY

      About

      Neivi Martinez is a mexican-german soprano, General Manager of AMADEUS ARTISTS Vienna and Co-founder of YouBeArt, artist agencies.

      She has been a guest soloist at the Frankfurter Sinfoniker, Barockenseble der Wiener Sinfoniker, Stadttheater Fürth, Stadttheater Rüsselsheim, National Theater Constanta, State Theater Stara Zagora had appearances at Vienna Fashionweek, Wiener New Years Trail, Bundesrechenzentrum and in the Life Ball 2019. Have also sang with the Orquesta Esperanza Azteca, Nis Youth Symphony Orchestra and in Vienna with orchestras such as Originale Wiener Salonorchester, Hofburg Orchester, Wiener Residenzorchester, Music of Vienna, Wiener Barokorchester a.o.

      Since September 2005 she is based in Europe, where she continued her studies in Sweden and has been employed for 11 years at the State Theater in Klagenfurt in Austria and the State Theater of Giessen, Germany, singing numerous opera and operetta productions. Her concert activity has allowed her to sing in Austria, Germany, Korea, Bulgaria, Croatia, United States, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Czech Republic, Sweden and Mexico.

      Recent engagements include a Concert Tour in Corea 2019 and her debut at Festival Ortiz Tirado, interpreting recitals among Elina Garanca, Alfredo Daza, Maria Kazarava and Francisco Araiza.

      Her video "Il Dolce Suono - The Fifth Element" was presented at ROLANDO VILLAZON´s TV Program "STARS VON MORGEN" in 2016 as a promising rising star. Months prior, Martinez was a finalist at the VoceallOpera Competition of the AMICI DELLA SCALA DI MILANO"

      Her operatic repertiore includes the Roles of Lucia in Lucia di Lamermoor (Stadttheater Stara Zagora 2017/2018), Gilda in Verdi ́s Rigoletto (Festival Opera Nights, Transilvania 2016, Mtro. Toberiu Soare),  Adina in Donizetti ́s Elixir D ́Amore (Bad Ems 2015, Mtro. Benedict Sauer), Frasquita in Bizet´s Carmen (Maxlrain Germany 2014, Mtro. Richard van Schoor) the belcanto heroines Amina in La Sonnambula (Bellini), Elvira in I Puritani (Bellini), Violetta in La Traviata (Verdi) among others.

      Her musical heritage and vocal flexibility allowed her to take invitations also in the LATIN JAZZ music field, recording with the label THE WORLD MUSIC CAFE her solo CD AQUANOVA with texts of her own. Other recordings include a DVD of Mozarts Opera Il Sogno di Scipione (SALZBURGER FESTIVAL 2006 - Ensemble), a Music Training DVD by the FRANKFURT UNIVERSITY and the CD "WO DER PFEFFER WÄCHST" mit Harfe (Cordula Poos) und Percussion (Markus Reich).

      Neivi studies the Music Bachelor in Arts at the Sonora University in Mexico. An international career was facilitated through a diplomatic cultural exchange between Mexico and Sweden, touring through Scandinavia and undertaking further studies at the ARTISTEN Performing Arts School in Göteborg. 

      She has made recitals and guest appearances at the Vienna Konzerthaus, Hofburg Palais, Kinsky Palais, Lichtenstein Palace, Auersperg Palais in Vienna, Vienna Fashion Week 2016, Vienna Life Ball, World Museum Vienna, Eschenbach Palais Vienna, Art Museum in Göteborg, Akvarell Museum in Sweden, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Kurtheater Bad Homburg, Braunfels Castle in Germany, Presidential Palace Kasachstan, Lindenfels Castle Germany, and made performances for the BMW Stelle Frankfurt, Mexican Embassy in Vienna and the Mexican Consulate in Frankfurt, among others.

       

    • PRESS

      ".... The main focus of the performance was the soprano Neivi Martinez as rich and educated Adina: with each singing tone and sparkling stage character she underlined the comedy. Vocally she left no desire open, her vocally voluminous foundation and effortless high notes connected with a wonderfully versatile and multicolored elocution that captivated the people ... "

       Rhein Zeitung

       

      ... "The Mexican Primadonna also pulled out all the registers of her skills and bewitched both with the shy Sonnambula in Bellini's opera, and as pure seduction in Donizetti cheerful opera" Don Pasquale. The audience was the artist's feet "...

      Montag 17.08.2015