- New York Times: review of Parisina d'Este (06-May-2016): "The role of Ernesto, the duke’s minister and foster father to Ugo, was sung by the bass Sava Vemic with a booming, rugged tone that held great charisma..."
- New York Times: review of La Sonnambula (10-Feb-2016): “The most confident singing came from the Serbian bass, Sava Vemic, as Rodolfo. Mr. Vemic brought a mellow, full-bodied voice, a feeling for bel canto phrasing and commanding stage presence to his portrayal.”
NY Theatre Guide: review of Haydn's Mass in Carnegie Hall (06-Feb-2017): "Sava Vemić (Bass) was astounding, commanding the auditorium with his vocal presence. Having seen him recently in the Met Opera’s “Nabucco,” I am a huge fan of his incredible voice.
- Opera News: review of La Sonnambula (09-Feb-2016): “…[Mr. Vemic]’s fine, raven-toned voice commands a magnificent resonance that makes one take notice.”
- Musical America (chosen as Artist of the Month April 2015): “In Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux, the role of Sir Walter Raleigh is a bass cameo, unlikely to be singled out for review. But when Sava Vemic sang it with Eve Queler and the Opera Orchestra of New York at Carnegie Hall last spring, reviewers sat up and took note.”
- Observer: review of Roberto Devereux (10-June-2014): “…the standout was Sava Vemic, whose thundering bass had the audience scrambling for programs and asking, “Who is he?” after his cameo as Sir Walter Raleigh.”
- Allegri con Fuoco: review of Roberto Devereux (08-June-2014): “Bass Sava Vemic, as Sir Walter Raleigh, had a very minor role, but was alarmingly powerful, especially for someone so young. He has a lot of promise with the punch he packs. In terms of the sheer girth and weight of his deep bass he dwarfed even the seasoned Devia. Truly surprising and very exciting.”