SAVA VEMIĆ comes from Belgrade, Serbia where he began his voice studies at the Music School Mokranjac in Belgrade then continued to the Faculty of Music in Belgrade which later led him to the The Metropolitan Opera's Lindemann Young Artist Development Program (LYADP) under the mentorship of Maestro James Levine where he spent 3 seasons (2014-2017) mastering the craft of the professional opera singer vocation.

In the upcoming 2018-19 season Sava is (at the moment) scheduled to appear: as Sarastro in the new production of the Mozart's Magic flute at the New National Theater in Tokyo in Ocotber, as Der Tod in Ullmann's Der Keiser von Atlantis in Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville (Spain) in December and as Officer in Shostakovich's Lady Macbeth of Mtsenks in Paris Opera (Bastille) in April 2019.

In 2017-18 season Mr. Vemić appeared as Prince Gremin in Tchaikovsky's Eugenie Onegin at the Hawaii Opera Theater, then in Aix en Provence festival as Lakai in Ariadne auf Naxsos and in Verbier festival he sang Sparafucile in Verdi's Rigoletto and Quinault in Adriana Lecouvreur conducted by Maestro Velerie Gergiev. 

In 2016-17 season Mr. Vemić made his debut at The Metropolitan Opera as High Priest in Verdis Nabucco conducted by James Levine. This January with Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra he performed his first Gremin in Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugenie Onegin followed by his new Carnegie Hall appearance as bass soloist in Haydn’s Lord Nelsson Mass, with New York Choral Society. Earlier this season he sung Sparafucile in Verdis Rigoletto in Guatemalan National Theatre.

In 2015-16 season he appeared: as Count Rodolfo in Bellinis La Sonnambula in the Met+Juilliard production at the Juilliard Theatre, NYC; as Ernesto in Donizettis Parisina dEste with Opera Orchestra of New York (OONY) in Rose Theatre, NYC; as bass soloist in Mozarts Coronation Mass at Carnegie Hall; in Song recital in the LYADP Spring recital series. In 2014-15 season he appeared: as Sir Walter Raleigh in Donizettis Roberto Devereux with OONY in Carnegie Hall, NYC; as Arcas in Glucks Iphigénie en Aulidethe in the Met+Juilliard production at the Juilliard Theatre; in Song recital in the LYADP Spring song series; as Osmin in Mozarts The Abduction from Seraglio with International Vocal Arts Institute (IVAI) in Tel Aviv, Israel; as Redžep in S. Biničkis opera At Dawn at the National Theatre in Belgrade. In 2013 ha made his professional operatic debut as Sarastro in Mozarts Magic flute at the Madlenianum Opera&Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia and in 2013-14 he appeared: as Bartolo in Mozarts Le Nozze di Figaro with IVAI in Tel Aviv, Israel; as bass soloist at the Festival Esterhazy in Haydnsaal, Austria; as bass solo in Slavenskis Symphony of the Orient, at the Kolarac Foundation, Belgrade, Serbia.

During his studies Sava received several awards and honors: Frist Prize at the 2016 Opera Index International Vocal Competition in NYC; First Prize at the 2014 Gerda Lissner International Vocal Competition; Major Prize at the 2016 Giulio Gari International Vocal Competition in NYC; Danica Mastilović's Award for the best student of solo-singing department at University of Arts in Belgrade; Publikumspreis der Stadt Beeskow in the frame of the International Opera Course Oper Oder-Spree, Germany in 2011; First Prize in the 2010 International Competition of Young Musicians Petar Konjovic, Serbia; First Prize in the 2010 Solo Singers Competition Nikola Cvejic, Serbia; First Prize at 2008 Solo Singers Competition Lazar Jovanovic, Serbia.


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