Aleksandra Jovanovic, Doll Aria performance @ New Year`s Concert
"O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn" - Aleksandra Jovanović
Gesangswettbewerb "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg" 2018 – Alexandra Jovanović
"Oh, che tranquillo mar" by Sylvia Maasen - Aleksandra Jovanović
K. Szymanowski - Roxana`s song, Aleksandra Jovanović
Musandra 2 by Toma Proshev - Collegium Musicum and Aleksandra Jovanović
V. Bellini: "Ah, non credea mirarti" - Aleksandra Jovanović
Aleksandra Jovanović is a coloratura soprano based in Belgrade, Serbia.
In 2013 Aleksandra made her role debut as Queen of the Night in Mozart`s The Magic Flute at the Opera and Theatre Madlenianium and continued performing in the same production in the next seven seasons. In the same role she also made her house debut at the National Theatre in Belgrade (2015) and continued performing in this production in the next three seasons, as well as in Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad (2017). In the season 2014/15 she has performed the role of Pepi Pleininger in Strauss` Wiener blut in the production of the Opera and theatre Madlenianum, as well as the role of Servilia in Operosa Production of Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito (2015). In the season 2019 Aleksandra will make her debut as the title role of the opera Koštana at the National Theatre in Belgrade.
Since 2016 Aleksandra regularly performs with Symphony Orchestra and Choir of Serbian National Broadcasting Corporation - RTS with which she has made notable performances, including the two New Year`s Concerts (Kolarac Concert Hall 2016 and Sava Center 2018), the world premiere (2017) and the recording (2018) of Božo Banović’s The Lake for soprano and symphony orchestra, as well as the soprano solo prerformance in Faure`s Requiem, Gabriel/Eva in Haydn's Die Schöpfung and multiple performances of soprano solo in Orf`s Carmina Burana, including The Music Night Open-Air performance at Tašmajdan Stadium with 20.000 people audience.
Aleksandra also frequently collaborates with other leading ensembles in Serbia (among them Belgrade Symphonics, Stanislav Binički Millitary Symphony Orchestra, Dušan Skovran String Orchestra other notable ensembles in Serbia) and regularly performs on major festivals and concerts in Serbia and the region.
Aleksandra started her musical education at the age of 9 and has earned Bachelor`s and Master`s degree both in Musicology and Voice (prof. Aneta Ilić) at the Faculty of Music of the University of Arts, Belgrade. She was awarded by the Belgrade Faculty of Music with Anita Mezetova (2017) and Danica Mastilović (2018) special prizes for the achievements made during her studies.
In 2018 Aleksandra won the 3rd prize at Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg Competition, in 2017 the 3rd prize on the Ada Sari Vocal Artistry Competition (Nowy Sacz, Poland) and was the first prize winner and category laureate both on the 7th International Competition and Solo Singers festival Bruna Špiler (Herceg Novi, Montenegro, 2014) and on the Republic competition of The Association of Music and Ballet Schools of Serbia (2013). Aleksandra is one of the six nominees for "SWR Junge Opernstars - Emmerich Smola Förderpreis" 2019.
CV & Repertoire
|Musical Work||Role||Jump-in ready?||Company||Year|
|Haydn: Die Schöpfung||Gabriel||1 week||Serbian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Choir||2019|
|Haydn: Die Schöpfung||Eva||1 week||Serbian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Choir||2019|
|Mozart: Die Zauberflöte||Königin der Nacht||Immediately||Madlenianum Chamber Opera||2018|
|Orff: Carmina Burana||Soprano||Immediately||Serbian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Choir||2018|
|Mozart: Die Zauberflöte||Königin der Nacht||1 week||Opera and Theatre Madlenianum||2017|