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Ema Mitrovic, bio
Ema Mitrovic, has been called a stand-out on the stage. This year she was a finalist for New Jersey State Operas Alfredo Silipigni Vocal Competition, a semi-finalist at the 8th Annual Peter Elvins Vocal Competition, and was a featured artist at the NJ National Association of Teachers of Singing Festival of Singing where she performed works by Bizet, Britten, and Mahler. In 2013, Ms. Mitrovic was heard as Siebel in a full production of Gounods Faust with Hudson Opera Theatre in Middletown, NY where her performance was described as idyllic and bubbly. She performed Octavian in the final trio of Der Rosenkavalier with Opera Theatre of Montclair, the roles of Maddalena (Rigoletto) and Suzuki (Madama Butterfly) with New York Lyric Opera Theatre and was a finalist in the companys national vocal competition, Martine in a rarely performed Gounod opera, Le Medecin malgre lui, with Utopia Unlimited Opera Company, and placed first in the advanced lower division of NJ NATS, Festival of Singing Competition. In 2012, she had the pleasure of performing the title role of Bizets Carmen with Concert Opera of Philadelphia, the Abbess and Monitor (Suor Angelica) with Manhattan Opera Theatre, Prince Charming (Cendrillon) and a scenes concert at Carnegie Hall, Love, Passion and Betrayal with NY Lyric, and sang the third lady in a quintet from Die Zauberflote with Chelsea Opera.
Aside from operatic and recital work, Ema has recently joined forces with composer and drummer Tim Horner in fusing and experimenting with crossing over genres of music, particularly classical and jazz, with hints of Balkan Roma folk music. Ema is no stranger to the jazz community having had the pleasure of studying with Grammy nominated artist Roseanna Vitro and Allen Farnham while at New Jersey City University where she holds a BM in Voice Performance.
During her studies at NJCU, Ema was under the tutelage of Metropolitan Opera tenor, Anthony Laciura, who has gained critical acclaim for his portrayal of Eddie Kessler in the Emmy award winning HBO series, Boardwalk Empire. During her studies she performed the roles of Carmen (La Tragedie de Carmen), first witch (Dido Aeneas), Mrs.Gobineau(TheMedium),mother(AmahlandtheNightVisitors),andthethirdlady(TheMagicFlute). Upon graduating, Ema was accepted into the young artist program, Coaching Divas, where she intensively worked on leading mezzo-soprano repertoire.