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Radoslava Vorgić



Nevena Sovtić


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Franz Schubert

Auf dem See  D 543 (J.W.v.Goethe)  - 1R

Der Musensohn D 764 (J.W.v.Goethe)  

Robert Schumann

Myrthen, Op.25

26. Zum Schluss (Rückert)

Franz Liszt

Tre Sonetti di Petrarca, S 270

1. Pace non trovo  - 1R

Mathilde Kralik von Meyerswalden

Jugend Lieder

1. Morgengesang (Shakespeare)

Hugo Wolf

Spanisches Liederbuch

4. Die ihr schwebet um diese Palmen (Lope de Vega/Geibel)

12. In dem Schatten meiner Locken (Anonymous/Heyse) 

Reynaldo Hahn

A Chloris (Theophile de Viau)  - 1R

Erich W. Korngold

Four Shakespeare Songs, Op.31

1.  Desdemona's song

4.  When birds do sing

Roger Quilter

Three Shakespeare Songs, Op.6  

1. Come Away, Death 

2. O Mistress Mine 

3. Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind

Richard Strauss

Drei Lieder der Ophelia, Op.67  (W.Shakespeare / K.J.Simrock) 

1. Wie erkenn' ich mein Treulieb 

2. Guten Morgen, 's ist Sankt Valentinstag  - 1R

3. Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss  


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Radoslava Vorgić


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The Serbian soprano Radoslava Vorgic initially studied music education  and singing at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and continued her studies  (master and concert exams) at the Johannes Gutenberg University in  Mainz with Claudia Eder. She is a prizewinner of the Kammeroper Schloss  Rheinsberg singing competition, the IBLA Grand Prize - Special Prize for  Handel in Italy, the International Mastersinger Course in Neustadt an  der Weinstraße and the TAMIS Baroque Competition in Saarbrücken. Master  classes with Elisabeth Scholl, Andreas Scholl, Emma Kirkby and Ton  Koopman, among others, enabled her to focus on early music. She began  her career as a member of the Young Ensemble at the Mainz State Theater  and has been a guest soloist at the Wiesbaden State Theater and an  ensemble member at the New Belgrade Opera (Serbia) since 2015. Since  January 2023 she has been teaching at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad.

Nevena Sovtić


Nevena Sovtic was born in Novi Sad, Serbia. Nevena received her musical  training at the Novi Sad Academy of Arts, where she completed her  diploma and master's degrees. In 2015 she moved to Germany, where she  first studied song accompaniment at the HfM in Detmold and then worked  as an accompanist in singing classes at the same university. With  mezzo-soprano Sarah Romberger, she received second prize at the "GFF HfM  Detmold - Lied Duo" competition in 2017. The greatest artistic impulses  in her training came from Prof. Manuel Lange, Prof. Gerhild Romberger,  Prof. Markus Köhler, and Mr. Peter Kreutz, Prof. Julius Drake and Prof.  Colin Stone. Ultimately she moved back home, where she got a position as  a professor of accompaniment (piano).

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