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Milijana Nikolic is a mezzo soprano currently singing in major operas throughout the world. Some of these famous houses include Teatro alla Scala (Milan), Teatro dell'Opera, (Roma) and the Sydney Opera House.
This website contains information regarding Milijana's career, photos, her repertoire and performance dates.

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Presented by State Opera of South Australia Reviewed Saturday 5th November 2011

"This has got to be the sexiest Carmen, both the production as a whole and the portrayal of the character in particular, that you are ever likely to see. Mezzo-soprano, Milijana Nikolic, is nothing short of stunning in the title role, giving a performance by which future productions will have to be judged. She dominates the stage whenever she appears, exuding a powerful presence that screams 'star quality'. There is something very feline in the way that she moves around the stage and then, when she begins to sing, Nikolic puts the cherry on the cake. Her warm voice is perfect for the role and she gives a seductive and sensual performance, filling her singing with all of the passion and emotion that this role demands."

Reviewed by Barry Lenny, Arts Editor, Glam Adelaide.

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"Striking mezzo-soprano, Milijana Nikolic, has a rich colour in her dark chocolate sound and she sang some of the most difficult passages Verdi wrote with passion and commitment."

Verdi's "Requiem"
Reviewer: Suzannah Conway - Courier Mail, Australia

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"Venus is a goddess of love in all the possible selfless senses of the word, and not merely of carnal pleasures. Nikolic's numinous mezzo, darkly shaded and smooth as silk, was a joy to savour."

Wagner's "Tannhauser"
Reviewer: Benjamin Chee - Opera Australia at the Sydney Opera House

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"Amneris, as played by Milijana Nikolic was the standout, embracing the pharaoh’s daughter role with panache; exuding richness, haughtiness and class."

Verdi's "AIDA"
Reviewer: Adrienne Gross - Australian Stage