Dušica Bijelić, Soprano. Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina. APA Artists' Management Alexandra Mercer - www.apaartistsmanagement.com/dusicabijelic/




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Dušica Bijelić

Soprano

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Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina Dušica Bijelić moved to Serbia where for five years she was host of a children’s show on Serbian national television from just 12 years old. She went on to study singing at the University of Fine Arts in Belgrade, then at the Vienna University of Music and received a full scholarship to attend the Opera Studio of Santa Cecilia in Rome under Renata Scotto.  This was followed by the first year of a Master’s degree at Bard College Conservatory in their Graduate Vocal Arts Program. She also received full scholarships to attend the Daniel Ferro Vocal Program in Tuscany for six summers, and participated in master classes with Raul Gimenez and also with Renée Fleming, as part of Marilyn Horne’s workshop The Song Continues at Carnegie Hall. Many competition successes followed including first prize in the Career Bridges Competition in New York and the Audience Prize at the Rossini in Wildbad Festival.  She was a finalist in the Paris Opera Competition, a finalist in the Ferruccio Tagliavini Music Competition and was awarded first prize in the Nikola Cvejic International Singing Competition in Serbia. Dušica Bijelić went on to join the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme at the Royal Opera Covent Garden, taking part in many productions with the company. She accompanied ROH Covent Garden on tour, appearing at the National Opera in Rio de Janeiro. All of this led The Independent newspaper, to select her as one of the top eight “Bright Young Things in the Arts”. She also appears regularly in concert, most recently at Belgrade’s Philharmonic Hall to sing Strauss’s Four Last Songs and she sang soprano solo in the Mozart Requiem with the RTS Philharmonic Orchestra.  She has toured China, Italy, USA, France and Serbia. Future plans include La Contessa Le Nozze di Figaro and Marguérite Faust for Theater Bielefeld.

Roles:

ADELINA: Adelina

DIE BAJADERE: Odette Darimond

BASTIEN UND BASTIENNE: Bastienne

COSI FAN TUTTE: Despina

DON CARLO: Tebaldo

L’ELISIR D’AMORE: Adina

DIE FRAU OHNE SCHATTEN: Guardian

NABUCCO: Anna

IL NOCE DI BENEVENTO: Clodina

LE NOZZE DI FIGARO: Barbarina

PARSIFAL: First Esquire

ROBERT LE DIABLE: Dama

LA RONDINE: Yvette

SUTON : Pavle

IL VIAGGIO A REIMS: Contessa de Folleville

WERTHER: Sophie


Rossini in Wildbad

Kolarac - Belgrade

ROH Covent Garden, Linbury Studio

Jette Parker Young Artists Programme

ROH Covent Garden

Teatro Verdi di Trieste

ROH Covent Garden

ROH Covent Garden

Rossini in Wildbad

ROH Covent Garden

ROH Covent Garden

ROH Covent Garden

ROH Covent Garden

Madlenijanum Theatre

Teatro Real

Teatro Verdi di Trieste


Conductors and opera directors with whom she has worked include:

Marco Armiliato; Semyon Bychkov; Nicola Luisotti; Daniel Oren Antonio Pappano,; Simon Rattle.
Daniele Abbado; Nicolas Joel; Stephen Langridge; David McVicar; Laurent Pelly; Ira Siff; Fabio Sparvoli.

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