Katarina Bradic

Medea in Giasone

Biography

The mezzosoprano Katarina Bradić is a member of our ensemble of young singers.

The young Serbian mezzosoprano Katarina Bradić is a member of our ensemble of young singers at Flanders Opera. She studies at the conservatory in Vienna and made her operadebut as Mamma Lucia/Cavalleria Rusticana at the Serbian National Theatre. She also sang a variety of roles in Vienna and Japan. Katarina Bradić  also sings regularly in oratoria. She was a soloist in Mozart's Requiem, Honegger's Le roi David and Bruckner's Missa f-mineur among others. At Flanders Opera she sings: Margret/Wozzeck, Suzuki/Madama Butterfly, Paquette/Candide, Olga/Jevgeni Onegin en Medea/Giasone.

 



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