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Marko Zivkovic

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Marko Zivkovic


Marko Živković, tenor, was born on the 22nd of December, 1988. He is a student of the final year of Music High School “Kosta Manojlović” from Zemun, Belgrade, Serbia, solo singing department, under prof. Nenad Nenić. He is currently on master studies on Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade. He participated in various competitions in Serbia and neighbouring countries, on which he won numerous prizes: I prize in the Competition of Young Singers in 2010, I prize in the State Competition in 2013. and 2015, I prize in the International Competition Petar Konjović in 2014, and several II and III prizes. He attended the masterclasses of prof. Nikola Mijailović, Jasmina Trumbetaš, David Bižić and Đorđe Nešić, as well as a baroque masterclass under Predrag Gosta and Marijana Mijanović. He is a member and soloist of the choir Viva Vox, with which he performed around the world, including concerts in General Assembly of the United Nations in New York, in 2013, and in the Hall of the People in Beijing, in 2013. He participated as a soloist in numerous concerts with different choirs and orchestras from Belgrade. He is professionally employed in Opera and Theatre Madlenianum in musicals Rebeca, Les Miserables, operas L’elisir d’amore, Pagliacci, and he made a debut with the role of Josef in operetta Wiener Blut from J. Strauss. He was also employed in the National Theatre in Belgrade as a choir member in various operas, and from 2014, as a soloist, in Salome from R. Strauss and in the Magic Flute from W. A. Mozart, as Tamino. He has performed with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra as a soloist on the New Year Concert in 2012, and on the Bizzarte Concert in the Ottorino Respighi’s Belkis, Queen of Sheba, in 2015.