David Bizic




David Bizic was born in Belgrade, Serbia.

He studied singing with Bibiana Goldenthal at the the Rubin Music Academy in Jerusalem and received scholarships from the International Vocal Arts Institute (IVAI) and the America Israel Cultural Foundation (AICF). He has participated in numerous master classes and concerts in France, Israel, New York and Japan working with Jose van Dam, Teresa Berganza and Gabriel Bacquier among others.


In The Israeli Opera he sang the role of Jake Wallace (La Fanciulla del West / Puccini), the King (Aida / Verdi) and the High Priest (Nabucco / Verdi). With IVAI he sang The Father (Hansel and Gretel / Humperdinck), Masetto (Don Giovanni / Mozart), Sancho (Don Quichotte / Massenet), Hali (L'Italianna in Algeri / Rossini) and Belcore (L'elisir d'amore / Donizetti).


In 2003, David Bizic became a member of the Opera Studio of Paris National Opera and took part in many productions of the Opera Bastille and the Opera Garnier: Anführer der Prevote (Cardillac / Hindemith), Steuermann (Tristan und Isolde / Wagner), Metivier (War and Peace / Prokofiev), Berger (Pelleas et Melisande / Debussy), Vecchio Zingaro (Trovatore / Verdi), Frere Ruffin (St. Francois d'Assise / Messiaen), Chekunov (From the House of the Dead / Janacek), which he repeated in Teatro Real in Madrid.


In 2006, Masetto (Don Giovanni / Mozart) in Opera Garnier. Belcore (L'elisir d'amore / Donizetti) in Belgrade National Opera, Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro / Mozart ) in Opera Angers and Nantes, Manuel (La Vida breve / De Falla) with Orchestre de Paris in Theatre Mogador in Paris, Creon (Oedipus Rex / Stravinsky) and Chamberlain (Le Rossignol / Stravinsky) in Strasbourg Opera National du Rhin.


In 2007 he made debut in Toulouse Capitol with Leporello (Don Giovanni / Mozart) and won the 2nd prize in prestigious Placido Domingo OPERALIA Competition.


In 2008, High Priest of Dagon (Samson et Dalila / Saint Saens) in Stockholm Royal Opera and Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro / Mozart) in Strasbourg Opera National du Rhin.


In 2009, Leporello (Don Giovanni / Mozart) in Rennes, Publio (La Clemenza di Tito / Mozart) in Avignon, and Schaunard (La Boheme) and Mathieu (Andrea Chenier) in Opera Bastille


In 2010, Figaro in Monte Carlo, Masetto in Festival d'Aix en Provence, Leporello in Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow and Escamillo in Belgrade National Theatre,


In 2011, German debut as Leporello in Deutsche Oper Berlin, Escamillo in Royal Swedish Opera


In 2012, Leporello in Palau de les Arts in Valencia, Leporello in Opera Bastille, Figaro in Bordeaux, American debut as Leporello in Los Angeles Opera, debut in Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as Schaunard in Puccini's La Boheme


In 2013, Don Giovanni in Maribor Opera, Leporello in Opera National Montpellier, Figaro in Grand Théâtre de Genève, Guglielmo in Opera Garnier


In 2014, Leporello in Wiener Staatsoper, Albert in Massenet's Werther in Metropolitan Opera, Conte (Nozze di Figaro) in St. Etienne , Leporello in Ravinia Festival, Marcello (La Boheme) in Bordeaux and Metropolitan Opera


His future engagements include Don Alfonso in Limoges, Publio in Strasbourg, Figaro in Ghent





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Marcello (La Boheme) in Bordeaux and Metropolitan Opera

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