Bio: A young tenor, Nenad Čiča has recently made his debut as Titus Vespasianus in La Clemenza di Tito by W.A. Mozart in Kammeroper Konstanz. In 2017 he made several debutes: as Enrico di Guisa in the revival of Caterina di Guisa by Carlo Coccia, in the production of I Virtuosi Ambulanti e.v . preceeded by his italian debut as Fenton at Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova. He was a member of National Theatre in Belgrade since 2012 -2017 where he made his debut as a Messagero (Aida), quickly followed by number of other roles: Steuermann (Der Fliegende Holländer); Narraboth (Salome), Cassio (Otello), Ismaele (Nabucco); Lensky (Eugene Onegin); Alfredo (La Traviata), Duca di Mantova (Rigoletto), Luigi (Il Tabarro), Rinuccio (Gianni Scchicchi). He performed also in Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad and „Madlenianum Opera & Theatre“ (Belgrade), with National Symphony Orchestra and Choir of National Broadcasting Corporation. Born in Split, Croatia. After receiving Master's degree at Faculty of Sport and Physical education, he has begun vocal studies and received Bachelor and Master's degree at Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. He attended Opera Studio at „Madlenianum Opera & Theatre“ leaded by KS Biserka Cvejić. He won several singing competitions: National competition; „Lazar Jovanovic“;„Petar Konjovic“. He received scholarship from IVAI (International Vocal Arts Institute) in New York guided by Joan Donermann and Paul Nadler. Recently is supported by International Opera Awards Foundation (London). He attended master classes with numerous distinguished teachers: Ruggiero Raimondi, Mignon Dunn Craig Rutenberg, Laura Brooks Rice, Ruth Falcon, Joan Dornemann, Stojan Stojanov Gančev, Marijana Mijanovic, Doreen Defeis and James Hopper; Snežana Brzaković, Djordje Nesic. He collaborated with conductors: Andrea Battistoni, Giuseppe Acquaviva, Paul Nadler, Ivan Kozuharov, Kriss Russman, Larry Newland, Stephen Schreiber, Peter Leonard, Eraldo Salmieri, Bojan Sudjic, Dejan Savic, and also with stage directors: Marina Bianchi, Dejan Miladinovic, Nebojsa Bradic, Paolo Baiocco, Ognjan Draganov, Martin Lloyd Evans.