Vocalist - Baritone
Zeljko Lucic, a native of Serbia, continues to garner acclaim for his performances of the dramatic baritone repertoire in the world's leading opera houses, including the Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, San Francisco Opera, and L'Opéra National de Paris. For his appearance in La forza del destino with San Francisco Opera, the Financial Times declared, "with this Don Carlo, Zeljko Lucic served notice that he is one of today's pre-eminent Verdi baritones."
Posted: Jan-13-2011
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On Thursday, October 2nd at 8pm, KQED Public Television will broadcast Verdi’s Rigoletto with the San Francisco Opera, featuring Zeljko Lucic and Aleksandra Kurzak.

Posted: Sep-2-2014
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“To hold his own, Macbeth must be a true Verdian baritone, with enough voice and enough hues in it to imply power-lust and terror at the same time, whether confronting Banquo’s ghost or the Witches’ apparitions. He must warm to his despair at the last, when Verdi finally gives him a melody worth filling the house. Zeljko Lucic possesses such a voice, sturdy and soaring, his arching phrases expressing the self-questioning of a man who commits crimes while knowing better.”

— Musical America
Posted: Sep-26-2014
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In June 2008, Giuseppe Verdi temporarily replaced Richard Strauss as the presiding genius at Dresden's Semperoper as baritone Zeljko Lucic, soprano Diana Damrau and tenor Juan Diego Flórez came together for a new production of Rigoletto, directed by Nikolaus Lehnhoff and conducted by Fabio Luisi, chief conductor of the Semperoper, Dresden, General Music Director-elect of the Zurich Opera, and Principal Guest Conductor of the Metropolitan Opera.
Posted: Oct-25-2010
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Posted: May-16-2014