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Jun 9, 2022
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Anna Netrebko changed manager after bullying

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Opera singer Anna Netrebko came out with a new man.

The opera star recently made a splash with her appearance at a wedding in an old mansion. She came to the celebration of her friends in the company of not only her husband Yusif Eyvazov, but also with a new representative. After the recent dismissal and termination of the contract with the German label, Netrebko found herself another influential manager.

As Netrebko said, now a certain Miguel Esteban will be responsible for organizing her performances and signing contracts. “Thank you for the great work during these difficult months,” Anna turned to her new partner. It seems that it was he who helped the artist restore her reputation and return to the big stage.

Along with this statement, the singer published an ambiguous photo, which caused rumors that the opera diva and Miguel were connected not only with a working relationship. The fans were embarrassed by the imposing pose of the manager, who put his hand on the singer’s leg for the photo in a businesslike way. There were so many comments on this topic that Netrebko had to separately comment on the guesses of the public.

Anna Netrebko - photo from the z-aya.ru archive -
Anna Netrebko – photo from the z-aya.ru archive – “Instagram is a banned organization on the territory of the Russian Federation”

The artist pacified the violent fantasy of the fans and said that these discussions did not cause anything but laughter.

I was seriously laughed at by the comments about my new manager… My husband was also laughed at”, Anna replied to the rumors about an affair with the manager.

Recall that earlier Netrebko refused to perform in Russia in the near future. She had to take this step under pressure from foreign partners. The singer explicitly said in an interview that she was not ready to sacrifice property and European citizenship for the sake of returning to her homeland.

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