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Marijana Mijanovic

Marijana Mijanovic was born in Valjevo, the former Yugoslavia. In 1994, after her piano studies at the Academy of Belgrade she came to the Netherlands and went on to study Voice at Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam with Dutch mezzo-soprano Cora Canne Meijer.
In 1997 she won numerous International Voice Competitions including the Jo Bollekamp and at the Erna Spoorenberg Competition as well as the International Opera Competition, the Prix Jeunesse, in Amsterdam's Concertgebouw.

With Combattimento Consort Amsterdam, Marijana Mijanovic sang Bertarido in Händel's Rodelinda. With the same role and with Emmanuelle Haim the artist made a very successful debut at the 2004 Glyndebourne Opera Festival .
In July 2000 Marijana Mijanovic sang an outstanding Penelope in Monteverdi's opera Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria at the Festival in Aix-en-Provence with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants, which resulted in invitations to sing Penelope again with William Christie in 2002 in Paris, Lausanne, New York, Caen, Bordeaux, London, at the Vienna Festival and again in Aix-en-Provence.
At the Nederlandse Opera and in Paris Marijana Mijanovic sang the title role in Händel's Giulio Cesare followed by an extended concerts tour with concerts in Brussels, Vienna, Frankfort, Grenoble, Ambronay and Bremen, DGG recorded the Vienna concerts live.

In January 2003 Marijana Mijanovic made an outstanding debut at the Zurich Opera singing Disinganno in Händel's Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno with Marc Minkowski, same success in Zurich 2004 with Radamisto by Händel and 2006 with Orlando by Händel, both with William Christie. In June 2003 she performed David in Händel's Belsazar with René Jacobs in Brussels and at the Festival de Beaune, with Andrea Marcon she sang in Venice, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Utrecht, New York and London in Vivaldi's Andromeda, with the Combattimento Consort concerts in Amsterdam, Bilbao and Madrid. At the Festival de Beaune 2005 the artist sang Bradamante in Alcina with Paul McCreesh, the same role with Philippe Rousset in Amsterdam and in Paris and Tito Manlio by Vivaldi with Ottavio Dantone, also in Beaune.
Nikolaus Harnoncourt was the conductor of a tour with Mozart's La Betuila liberate.

Marijana Mijanovic's versatile concert repertory includes works by Bach, Mozart, Monteverdi, Händel, Pergolesi, Haydn, Rihm, Vivaldi and Schubert. She sang with esteemed conductors such as James Conlon, Hartmut Haenchen, Philippe Herreweghe, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, William Christie, Alan Curtis, John Nelson, Emmanuelle Haim, René Jacobs and Markus Stenz concerts in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Brussels, Milan, Munich, Zurich, Basel and Düsseldorf.

Fabio Biondi was the conductor of the recording of Vivaldi's Bajazet (Asteria) for EMI, Alan Curtis of the recording David by Francesco Conti, Floridante, for DGG for Rodelinda (Bertarido), for DGG and for Vivaldi's Motezuma (DGG) Ottavio Dantone recorded Tito Manlio (Vitellia) by Vivaldi with the artist for Naïve Classique, Resurezzione von Händel mit dem Comattimento Consort (Challenge Classic).

Future engagements include:
La betulia liberata at the Salzburg Festival, concerts with the Basel Chamber Orchestra, Il trionfo del tempo with M. Minkowski in Zurich, Giulio Cesare by Händel with René Jacobs in Vienna and Brussels, concerts with Musiqua Antiqua Köln in USA, concerts with the Combattimento Consort, Mozart Requiem at the St. Denis Festival, Alt-Rhapsody by Brahms in Paris, The Rakes Progress in Paris, Ottone in Poppea with E. Haim in Glyndebourne, Il trionfo del tempo in Madrid.

Biography short (234 words)
Marijana Mijanovic was born in Valjevo, former Yugoslavia. After studying piano in Belgrad, she moved to Amsterdam in 1994 and enrolled at the Sweelinck Conservatory, where she studied with Cora Canne Meijer. She has appeared on frequent occasions with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants, in Händel's Alcina, and notably as Penelope in Monteverdi's Ulisse in Aix-en-Provence, Paris, New York, Vienna and London. She sang the title role in Händel's Giulio Cesare under Marc Minkowski at the Nederlandse Opera, in Brussels, Vienna, Frankfurt, Grenoble and Ambronay. She made her Zurich Opera début in 2003 as Disinganno in Händels Il trionfo del tempo, thereby continuing her successful partnership with Marc Minkowski and returning to Zurich in 2004 for Radamisto under the direction of William Christie, in 2006 for Orlando, again with William Christie.
She also sang in Händel's Belshazzar with René Jacobs in Brussels and at the Festival de Beaune, made her Glyndebourne début in 2004 with Emmanuelle Haim as Bertarido in Rodelinda and sang Giuditta in Mozart's La betulia liberata with Nikolaus Harnoncourt.

Marijana Mijanovic has already taken part in 3 recordings with Alan Curtis for DGG: Bertarido in Händel's Rodelinda, Floridante, Mitrena in Vivaldi's Motezuma, also for DGG Archiv Giulio Cesare with Marc Minkowski, Asteria in Vivaldi's Bajazet with Fabio Biondi for EMI, Vitellia in Vivaldi's Tito Manlio for Naïve Classique and with Combattimento Consort Amsterdam Händel's La Resurrezione.