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ANA
LACKOVIC

Serbia

Born in Belgrade in 1971. Began her music education in “Stankovic” Music School in Belgrade, and graduated with “Magna cum Laude” from the class of Prof. Carmen Pelton, University of Washington, Seattle, United States of America.


Begins her career as Prince Orlofsky in “Die Fledermaus” J. Strauss in Seattle, U.S.A.  A rising path in her career led to many opera and concert stages of United States, Canada, Italy, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro, in following: “Requiem” W.A. Mozart, “Alexandar Nevski” S. Prokofyev, “Stabat Mater” Pergolesi, opera roles as Azucena in “Il Trovatore” G. Verdi, Prince Orlofsky in “Die Fledermaus” J. Strauss, Fenena in “Nabucco” G. Verdi, Fidalma in “Il Matrimonio Segreto” D. Cimarosa, Dulcinee in “Don Quichotte” J. Massenet, Olga in “Eugene Onegin” P.I.Tchaikovsky, and many solo recitals.


She furthered her education with respected artists and voice teachers: Prof. Monserrat Alavedra, Prof. James Taylor, Prof. Predrag Androvic, Mo. Miodrag Janoski, Primadonna Olga Milosevic, Prof. Aleksandar Kolarevic, Mo. Paride Venturi, Ma. Rafaella Vignudelli, Mo. Richard Baker, Prof. Charles Peterson.

Collaborated with following conductors: A. Kaplan, H. Wolf, G. Svegliado, E. Dovico, M. Janoski, T. Yanagisava, A. Surev, J. Sajnovic, B. Sudjic, A. Brajović, D. Savic. 


Her partners on stage were: Toshiaki Murakami, Silvio Zanon,  De Angelis, Zivan Saramandic and Nikola Mitic, among others. 


Her singing was heard on many television and radio productions: WHT Seattle, RTV Serbia, RTV Montenegro, Canale 5 Italia, just to name the few. She also recorded for a CD “Music on Montenegrian Court” and American songs featuring G. Gershwin, S. Barber and W. Bolcom. 


The cornerstone performances were “Nabucco” in Italy, 20th anniversary of Tenor Mario del Monaco and the World premiere of the opera on Nikola Tesla, the “Violet Fire” J. Gibson (Belgrade and New York).


In 2009. begins a teaching career at Music High School “Stankovic”, in Belgrade, Serbia. Ever since, Ms. Lackovic’s students have been achieving the highest prizes in International and National Competitions. Ms. Lackovic is a member of EVTA (European Voice Teachers Association), as a Secretary of Voice Teachers Association of Serbia, since 2013. She also continues to privately teach various vocal styles from classical, jazz, musical theater to pop.