David Bizic



David Bizic was born in Belgrade, Serbia and studied at the International Vocal Arts Institute and the New Israeli Opera Young Artist Studio and won second prize at the prestigious 2007 Plácido Domingo Operalia Competition.

This season David adds new roles to his repertoire with his return to Toulon as Belcore (L’Elisir d’amore) and he sings Escamillo (Carmen) in Dijon as well as making his Italian debut in the same role at the Macareta Festival. He also returns again to the Metropolitan Opera as Marcello (La Bohème).

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“Quant au Christ, le vainqueur de la soirée, il a la voix de David Bižić, dont les couleurs rappellent ici les meilleurs barytons d’école française. On retrouvera tous ces atouts dans l’enregistrement discographique à paraître prochainement chez Fuga Libera…”

“As for Christ, the winner of the evening, he has the voice of David Bižić, whose colors recall here the best baritones of the French school. We will find all these assets in the recording to be released soon by Fuga Libera…”

Laurent Bury

Première Loge

“Christ formidable de David Bizic, diction splendide et expressivité constante”

“David Bizic’s formidable Christ, splendid diction and constant expressiveness”

Nicolas Blanmont

La Libre

“The casting of David Bizic as Sharpless was brilliant in many ways. His earthy baritone hues closely in color to Jagde’s darker tenor, which aligns them from a character perspective. But he took on a more reserved quality in his singing, giving his character more grounding as opposed to Jagde’s correspondingly high-flying approach. There was an elegance in his softer lines and he allowed himself more room to build his voice for outbursts of frustration in Act two or when he chides Pinkerton in the final Act.”

David Salazar

Opera Wire