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BIOGRAPHY

Miloš Bulajić*

Miloš Bulajić was born into a family of musicians in Bonn in 1989 and initially studied the piano in Berlin and Würzburg, graduating with a concert diploma in early 2014. From 1999 to 2001 he was a member of the Berlin State and Cathedral Choir and of the Berlin State Opera Children’s Chorus. As a pianist and singer he won several first prizes at the Jugend Musiziert Competition.
Miloš Bulajić studied singing with Leandra Overmann in Würzburg and since 2012 has been taught privately by Helene Schneidermann. Roles in college productions included Fenton in Falstaff, Ferrando in Così fan tutte and the Dancing Master in Ariadne auf Naxos. He made his operatic debut as Don Ramiro in Rossini’s La Cenerentola at the 2007 Jeunesses Musicales Festival at Schloss Weikersheim and has also sung the role in Braunschweig, Linz, Magdeburg and Sofia, in addition to taking over from Javier Camarena at the Paris Opéra in a performance under Bruno Campanella. As Count Almaviva (Il barbiere di Siviglia) he has been heard in Innsbruck and Magdeburg and as Tonio (La Fille du régiment) in Rostock and Karlsruhe. He also covered this last-named role at the Royal Opera House in London. He has sung Libenskof (Il viaggio a Reims), Ferrando and many other roles at the Komische Oper in Berlin, at the Opéra Comique and Palais Garnier in Paris and in Erfurt, Freiburg, Innsbruck, Linz and Dijon as well as the Bregenz Festival, the Verbier Festival and the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro. Among the conductors with whom he has worked are Alessandro De Marchi, Patrick Lange, Alberto Zedda, Valery Gergiev and Antonello Allemandi.
As a member of the Young Singers Project Miloš Bulajić will be heard at the 2014 Salzburg Festival as the Messenger in Il trovatore, as Ramiro in La Cenerentola for Children and as Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail for Children.

*Member of the Young Singers Project

Current as of June 2014

Miloš Bulajić*, © Luigi Caputo

Miloš Bulajić*, © Luigi Caputo

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Miloš Bulajić*