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Born in Kragujevac in former Yugoslavia, Ksenija Lukic studied singing in Belgrade, while graduating in Italian language and literature at the university there. She has sung more than fifty lyric and coloratura rôles, including Susanna, Musetta, Saffi, Adina, Rosalinde, and Anna-Elisa, at various theatres in Germany and abroad, and appeared as a soloist in many festivals and concerts. She participated in the recordings of Siegfried Wagner’s Schwarzschwanenreich, Sternengebot, and Die heilige Linde, and in the first performance of Wahnopfer.

Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
DESSAU, P.: In memoriam Bertolt Brecht / Symphonies Nos. 1-2 / Danse et Chanson / Examen / Les voix (Epple) Capriccio
THUILLE: Lieder Oehms Classics
Chamber Music
WAGNER, S.: Barenhauter (Der) Marco Polo
WAGNER, S.: Kobold (Der) Marco Polo
WAGNER, S.: Kobold (Der) (PPP Music Theatre, 2005) (NTSC) Marco Polo
Opera DVD
WAGNER, S.: Sternengebot Marco Polo

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