Fran Brunetta is a renowned Argentinean singer, composer, actor and producer with a unique, sensual voice, and charismatic stage presence.  Hailed by People en Español as someone "ready for success" upon release of the album "Somos Dos" in 2012, Fran has since recorded "Impulso" (2016) and is currently working on his third solo project.  New songs incorporate influences of bolero, tango and jazz traditions to explore the eternal theme of love.

            Fran performs extensively throughout Argentina and abroad.  He has appeared at numerous well known venues, including Teatro Maipo and Teatro Avenida in Buenos Aires and the National Opera Center of America in New York City.  His "prodigious talent and generosity" has been recognized by the Queens Borough President, Melinda Katz, for his regular participation in the Art Song Preservation Society of New York charity concerts.

            Fran has collaborated with many celebrated singers, such as Pancho Figueroa, Christine Correa and Katie Viqueira.  Prominent Latin American producer and composer, Oscar "Chino" Asencio, describes Fran as "a very complete artist, versatile in many genres, with a broad vocal range, whose sound reverberates powerfully".

            Fran is a graduate of the prestigious Centro de Altos Estudios Musicales (CAEMSA) in Buenos Aires.  He received the First Prize at the highly coveted Julio Boca Foundation Singing Competition at the age of 22.  He continues to hone his artistry with some of the greatest voice masters, such as Alberto Marco, Ricardo Catena, Heather Petruzelli and Bruce Baumer.

            With more than 15 years of teaching experience, Fran is dedicated to extending his passion for voice to aspiring singers.  In 2010, he established Espacio Malaver, a private voice school, which, since its opening, has provided training to over 800 students.