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Dejan Ljutovac

Singer/Tenor

Dejan Ljutovac (tenor), finished Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade and gained bachelor and master degree. During the studies he took part in numerous concerts in Belgrade and throughout Serbia and also participate in the artistic project ‘’A road to Belcanto’’ which is purpose to promote a young singers. He participated in several competitions which has won prizes such as: Competition solo singers'' Nikola Cvejić'' Rumi in 2003. - Third prize; Republican contest Music and Ballet Schools of Serbia, solo singing category, Belgrade 2003. - Second prize; Solo singers competition ''Nikola Cvejić'', Ruma, Serbia, 2004. - First prize; Republican contest Music and Ballet Schools of Serbia, solo singing category, Belgrade 2003. - Second prize; International competition for young musicians ''Petar Konjovic'', Belgrade 2005. - First prize; Solo singers competition ''Lazar Jovanović'', Belgrade, 2009. - First prize; International competition for young musicians ''Petar Konjovic'', Belgrade 2010. - First prize. He was a member of the opera studio of the National Theatre in Belgrade between 2009 and 2011th, under the watchful eye of the prima donna professor Radmila Bakocevic. He made his debut on the main stage of the National Theatre in Belgrade in the role of Tinka, in the opera'' Il Tabarro'' by Giacomo Puccini. After that, he introduced himself as Amelia's servant, in the opera ''Un Ballo in Maschera'' by Giuseppe Verdi; Poisson in the opera ''Adriana Lecouvreur'', Francesco Cilea; Le Maître de Cérémonies, in the opera ''L'Amour des trois oranges'', Sergei Prokofiev; Giuseppe, in the opera'' Il Taviata'' by Giuseppe Verdi. Collaboration with renowned conductors such as: David Porcelijn (Netherlands), Bojan Sudjic, Dejan Savic, Djordje Pavlovic, Zorica Mitev, Dragana Radakovic, Ana Zorana Brajovic, Djordje Stankovic, Stefan Zekic, Rade Pejcic, and also opera directors:Jiří Menzel (Oscar Winner), Borislav Popovic, Dejan Miladinovic, Bozidar Djurovic, Ivana Dragutinovic Maricic. Since 2011. the vocal technique perfected by eminent opera artists and leading vocals of Belgrade Opera Theatre Alexandar Djokic and Olga Djokic.