Monika Cerovčec is a soloist of the Croatian Radio Television Choir. She also has a career as a solo performer and chamber musician. Apart from oratorio solos from a broad repertoire that consists of more than twenty capital works (Cavaliere’s The Representation of Soul and Body, Monteverdi’s Vespro della beata Vergine, Bach’s St John Passion, Mozart’s and Schubert’s masses and numerous cantatas composed by Bach, Vivaldi, Galuppi and French baroque composers, as well as contemporary works of music), she has also sung opera roles of Didona (Purcell), Jelena (Zajc), Karolka (Janaček), Nymph (Monteverdi), Music (Charpentier), and several smaller roles in Donizetti’s Love Potion and Verdi’s Aida. Ms. Cerovčec has given a number of well-received solo and oratorio performances in more than 40 various programs with the Antiphonus Ensemble and is also actively engaged with contemporary music and performs in the Biennale. As an Orlando Award winner, she performed in the Dubrovnik Summer Festival closing ceremony with maestro Kocsis. She is a member of the Ars longa and Tria Serafim ensembles.
Monika Cerovčec performs with the Croatian Radio Television Orchestra, Croatian Baroque Ensemble, the Cantus Ensemble, Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, Sarajevo Philharmonics, Croatian Armed Forces Band, etc.
She was trained in Zagreb (with Prof. Lidija Horvat Dunjko and Vitomir Marof) and in Mainz (with Prof. Andreas Karasiak), and further studied with Marjana Lipovšek, Claudie Eder, Martina Gojčeta, Krešimir Stražanac and Magda Nador.