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Emilija Minic Soprano


Emilija Minić is an accomplished opera singer who holds a Master's degree in solo singing. She began her musical education at the "Vida Matjan" Music School in Kotor, Montenegro, and continued her studies under the guidance of Professor Milica Stojanović at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, where she earned her Bachelor's degree.

Emilija furthered her skills by pursuing a Master's degree at the prestigious "Giuseppe Verdi" Conservatory in Milan, Italy, studying under the tutelage of Professor Jenny Anvelt. She has won numerous awards at national and international competitions and has trained with some of the world's most renowned opera artists, including Marija Muratovska Naumovska, Tatjana Sorlujan, Hun Lee, Giacomo Aragall, Luciana D'Intino, Giacomo Prestia, and Leo Nucci.

Emilija has given over 15 solo concerts and has performed in over a hundred performances, including the lead roles of Susanna in Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro," Adina in Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love," and Lauretta in Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi." She is the recipient of the "Melanija Bugarinović and Mirjana Kalinović Kalin" Vocal Art Development Fund scholarship and was awarded a scholarship by the famous mezzo-soprano Luciana D'Intino as the most promising young opera singer.

Emilija's notable project, "Korijeni," was dedicated to Italian Queen and Montenegrin Princess Jelena Savojska, and she realized it with the help of the Honorary Consulate of Montenegro in Milan. She is also involved in humanitarian work, and her passion for music extends to chamber music and opera roles.

Emilija has participated in several festivals, including Barski ljetopis (2021), Herceg Fest (2021), Festival NEO (2018), Grad Teatar Budva (2014), Inter Cox Osijek (2013), A Festival Novi Sad (2012 and 2013), and Espressivo Cetinje (2011). She works and lives as a freelance artist, commuting between Montenegro and Italy


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"One of the most promising Montenegrin opera singers, soprano Emilija Minic, introduced herself to the audience of Bar for the first time the night before last, and judging by the reactions, she provided an atmosphere that can be experienced in world metropolises."

Anđela FlisDaily Press "Vijesti"

"Emilija Minic Soprano showed last night in front of the King Nikola's Castle audience at the Barski ljetopis why she is one of the most promising Montenegrin opera singers."

Portal Analitika

"Emilija Minic performs accompanied by Aleksandar Bubanja on the guitar. In their version, there is no lack of dancing, although it seems that they did not prioritize exuberance, but rather a more serious emotion, which is a product of discomfort. "

Dragana ErjavšekDaily Press "Pobjeda"




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