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Sreten Manojlovic

Sreten Manojlović completed his vocal studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, in the class of Sebastian Vittucci. At the beginning of his career, he was supported by the Belgrade Baroque Academy under the direction of Predrag Gosta and Marijana Mijanović, as well as by the New Belgrade Opera. He made his debut on the opera stage as Zoroastro in Handel's »Orlando«. He received further support and stage experience from Christoph Ulrich Meier. Under his direction he interpreted roles such as Leone in Handel's »Tamerlano«, Toante in Handel's »Oreste«, Conte Almaviva in Mozart's »Le nozze di Figaro« as well as Enrico in a production of Haydn's »L'isola disabitata« nominated for the Austrian Theatre Award. The first major engagements on international stages followed in the summer of 2019. In Royaumont he was seen again as Polypheme, this time in a production by Claus Guth and under the direction of Robert Howarth. He made his first appearance with the ensemble »Les arts florissants« at the Festival Dans les jardins de William Christie in Thiré, where he took part in the ninth edition of the »Jardin des voix« and, under the direction of William Christie, Paul Agnew and Sophie Daneman, embodied the role of Nardo in Mozart's »La finta giardiniera« on a European tour. In the same year he appeared again as Nardo in a production of the Vienna Philharmonic Summer Academy. In recent years, engagements have taken him to Lille Opera, the Festival International Opera Baroque et Romantique in Beaune, the Barbican Center in London, the Moscow Philharmonic as well as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Innsbruck Early Music Festival and the Wietzow Opera.

Current Season
Zebul (Bass)
1st Bachchor Concert