Olivera Tičević


Olivera Tičević, Montenegrin soprano, winner of numerous competitions, both national and international has started international carrier when she voted the most promising artist of the Austria Barock Akademie twice (2010,2013), which made it possible for her to give a series of concerts in some of the most prestigious halls in Europe such as: Radio- Kulturhaus, Vienna; Royal Hall, Stockholm; Schwetzingen Theatre, Heidelberg; Mozart’s house, Vienna etc and as well in Japan ( Tokyo).

Olivera Tičević was born in Bijelo Polje, Montenegro. From early childhood it was obvious that she will become a singer, her destiny was music. After singing studies in Belgrade, she received Master and Soloist diploma training in Switzerland at Bern University of Arts under Prof. Hilz.
In addition to opera and lied, her repertoire also consists of sacred and chamber music. The soprano has also performed contemporary works ( Z. Mirkovic, D. Adzic) and works written especially for her (N. Perovic, M. Kovac). Her debut in Opera was in 2012 as Pamina in Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” at Opera and Theatre “Madlenianum”, Zemun, Serbia.
From than she was engaged in many Theatres such as: Royal Theatre of Montenegro, Montenegrin National theatre, Serbian National theatre. In January 2017 she was performing as Pamina from “Geschichte erzählen Die Zauberflöte” in Studiobühne at Opernhaus Zürich, Switzerland. In September 2018 she had her debut in Bern Theatre as Morgana from Händles “Alcina”. In September 2019 she sang Musetta in Puccini’s La Bohème at Oslo Opera Festival and in January 2020 at Montenegrin National theatre. Ms. Tičević with charismatic artistry and captivating stage presence is engaged in several opera and vocal instrumental projects in Oslo, Switzerland, Podgorica and Stockholm.

Olivera Tičević was given a National prize -scholarship  of Montenegro for excellency.