Mezzo-soprano Ana Maric has a rich musical background which enables her to commit herself to a variety of different musical areas. Born in Belgrade, Serbia (16.08.1996), she is currently based in Vienna, Austria. As a young artist, she loves experiencing new challenges and always thrives to push herself past her limits. Her voice consists of a warm yet powerful sound.
Ana’s musical journey began at the age of five with classical guitar. Meanwhile, Ana discovered her passion for singing and committed herself to competitions, festivals, and local concerts in diverse musical genres, ranging from jazz and pop to traditional ethnic music. Her discovery of opera led her to classical vocal studies at the age of fourteen.
In 2015 Ana pursued her higher musical education in Vienna, attending Vienna Conservatory from 2015 until 2017. She currently studies Musical Education – Voice and Instruments at the world-renowned University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna, in the class of Judith Kopecky.
In addition to numerous radio, television, and guest appearances, Ana has performed in many renowned productions, theatres, and concert halls during her studies. She undertook her first role at the age of twenty-two as Dorabella in Mozart’s Cosí fan Tutte.
She also sang the Third Lady in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and was alto soloist for Haydn’s Missa in Angustiis, the Pergolesi Stabat Mater, as well as J.S. Bach’s Mass in B minor. Ana won first prize (ex aequo) at the 2020 Lazar Jovanovic International Solo Singing Competition.
As an active member of the Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Ana has performed on stage in many opera productions, mainly at Theater an der Wien, as well as concerts all over Europe with some of the most renowned singers, directors, and conductors on the classical scene. Ana acknowledges that ensemble singing has helped her develop immensely – not only as a singer but also as an artist.
Dorabella „Cosi fan tutte“
Sorceress „Dido and Aeneas“
Cherubino „Le nozze di Figaro“
Olga „Eugene Onegin“
Hansel, Gertrud „Hänsel und Gretel“
The Third Lady „Die Zauberflöte“
Sesto “Giulio Cesare”
Pergolesi “Stabat Mater”
Bach „Missa in B minor“
Haydn „Missa in Angustiis“
Mozart „Missa in C minor“