|Olivera Tičević,Soprano (Montenegro)|
Olivera Tičević (soprano) obtained her Master's-degree at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, department of solo singing, in the class of prof. Aneta Ilić. During her education she performed in all major music halls in Montenegro as well as in Belgrade. She had two concerts at Radio Kultur Haus in Vienna.
She participated in numerous competitions, both national and international, and she won many prizes. The most significant are: The prize of Austria Barock Akademie 2011 and 2013, Special prize (100 p.) at the International competition of solo singers Bruna Spiler 2011 at Herceg Novi) Laureate (100 p.) at the Republic competition of solo singers 2009 in Kotor 1st prize at the International competition of solo singers Lazar Jovanovic 2009 in Belgrade).
As a member of the group Ars Antiqua-Perast she performed as a guest on the German festival "Elizabeth und die Musik" in Eisenach in April, 2007. She is the leading singer at the Faculty of Music Art in the project of professor from Julliard University, Milica Paranosic.
Olivera sang the premiere composers of modern music Draško Adzić, Marko Kovač and Žarko Mirković. Her repertoire includes works from the period of Baroque to modern compositions of the 21st century, and she also participates in many chamber ensembles.
From December 2012 she is enroleed in the opere 'The Magic Flute" of Mozart in the role of Pamina. From June 2014 she is enroleed in the opere The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill (with musical elements by German dramatist Bertolt Brecht).