Natalija RADOSAVLJEVIC Soprano


Natalija Radosavljevic made her successful role debut at the Aalto-Theatre Essen at the beginning of the season 2023/24 as ELIZA DOOLITTLE in Loewe‘s ‚My Fair Lady‘. This season, she also portrays MARTA/A WITCH in Louise Bertin‘s ‚Fausto‘, JEANNETTE in Joseph Bologne‘s ‚L’amant anonyme‘ and DESPINA in Mozart‘s ‚Cosi fan tutte‘ at the Aalto-Theatre Essen.

In the season 2022/23 the young, Serbian soprano already debuted at the Aalto-Theater Essen, making her stage debut as BARBARINA in Mozart‘s ‚Le nozze di Figaro‘ under the directon of the musical directors Andrea Sanguineti and Tomás Netopil. Whereupon, she was immediately re-engaged in Essen.

She attracted plenty of attention in April 2022 as SUSANNA in ‚Le nozze di Figaro‘ in a highschool production at the Folkwang University of Arts. Besides, she performed the SECOND SOPRANO SOLOIST PART in Johan Simos‘ production of Gluck’s ‚Alkestis‘ – a co-production of the Bochum Theatre and the Epidaurus Festival in Athens. In the seasons 2020/21 und 21/22 she enjoyed much success as SERPINA in Pergolesi‘s ‚La serva padrona‘ at the Augsburg Leopold-Mozart-Center.

Natalija first studied Singing with Daniela Denschlag at the Leopold-Mozart-Center in Augsburg, before she completed her master studies with Rachel Robbins a the Essen University of Arts. Moreover, she was a scholarship holder at the Detmold Summer Academy. While still studying, she coud be seen in such productions as MARINA in Wolf-Ferrari‘s ‚Die vier Grobiane‘ and as FRAU SCHLÖNZER in the operetta Pasticcio ‚S’ wird eh furchtbar‘ productions by Georg Rooterings.

Under the musial direction of Manfred Honeck, Natalija Radosavljevic already performed at the Munich Philharmonic in Beethovens 9th Symphony and in the near future in Mozart’s Coronation Mass, in the Missa brevis in G Major or in Bach‘s Passion of Saint John.

Natalija is Prize Winner of several international Singing Competitions: the Chamber Opera Castle Rheinsberg 2022, the Lazar-Jovanovic-Competition 2020, the Duschek-Contest in Prague 2018 and the 2014 Competition ‚Jugend-musiziert‘.

She absolved master classes with Peter Dijkstra, Peter Lika and KS Marilyyn Bennett.