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Gordana Kostic, soprano, was born in Serbia and has graduated in singing from the University of Art, Belgrade. She is a graduate of Trinity College of Music in London where she also completed Post-graduate Certificate, Advance Diploma and MMus course in Performance.

Her early performances include role of Belinda in the Yugoslav Premiere of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas with Evelyn Tubb and the Studio for Early Music. She toured Spain with Renaissance, an early music ensemble in Yugoslavia. She has appeared on national TV and radio and won First Prize in the Orpheus Laureates Solo Singing Competition. At Trinity she has sung Poppea in Monteverdi's L'Incoronazione di Poppea. She sang Baucis in Haydn's Philemon and Baucis with the London Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, conducted by Andrea Quinn. She has sung a recital of ethnic and contemporary music in Jerusalem. She was the soloist with the Croydon Philharmonic Choir under James Gaddarn at the Fairfield Hall and with the choir and orchestra of Bexley Centre for Music and Dance under Philip Ledger at the Royal Festival Hall. Gordana also performed Bach's Cantata No. 140 at the Brighton Festival. Gordana has also performed in British premier of Francesca Caccini's opera La Liberazione di Ruggiero dall'Isola dal' Alcina in St. John's Smith Square. In Winter 2001 she was touring the USA with London City Opera's production of Carmen and performed the Easter Recital with New Trinity Baroque.

Currently she is promoting her own project War Through the Centuries that was also performed last May in San Sebastian, Spain on the 'Seminar on Violence and Aggression'.

Recently she has performed the role of Ida and covered Adele for European Chamber Opera and Despina with Candlelight Opera. Gordana will continue working on the role of Despina throughout the year 2002 both with Candlelight Opera and Opera Interludes.


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