Zorica Pavlović, soprano
A native of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zorica Pavlović has performed with the number of organizations including Atlanta Opera, Ash Lawn Opera, Eastman Opera Theater, Harrower Opera Workshop, Atlanta Camerata, New Trinity Baroque, Christ Church Schola Cantorum in Rochester, NY, Eastman Collegium Musicum, and Rochester Chamber Orchestra.
With the strong affinity for early music, Ms. Pavlović was also featured as a soloist at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Amherst Early Music Festival, and Queens College Baroque Opera Summer Workshop.
Some of the roles recently performed include Eurilla in Handelís Il Pastor Fido at the Amherst Early Music Festival as well as Virtue and Poppea in Monteverdiís Il Coronazione di Poppea at the Haymarket Operaís Summer Workshop. Additional roles include Mrs. Gleaton in Floydís Susanna, Dorinda in Handel's Orlando, Eurydice in Rossiís Orfeo, and Diane in La Diane De Fontaineblau.
Ms. Pavlović is a graduate of Eastman School of Music with MM in voice performance and literature and Georgia State University with BM in voice performace. She is a featured soloist on a newly released recording A Sunday in Paris, by the Christ Church Schola Cantorum in Rochester, NY, a compilation of the 19th century French sacred music.
(Zorica Pavlović performed with New Trinity Baroque for the first time in the program of Handelís Italian Arias & Duets at the 2009 Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina.)