The tenor and pianist Miloš Bulajić was born 1989 in Bonn/Germany to a musical family. As a Bel-canto tenor (tenore di grazia) especially in the roles of Rossini, Donizetti, Bellini and Mozart he is one of the most promising young singers of his generation. Recently he was awarded with the prestigious Italian prize “Premio Arca d´oro giovani talenti” which is sponsored by the region of Piemonte and the City of Turin to outstanding young talents.
He made his operatic debut in the role of Don Ramiro LA CENERENTOLA at the Weikersheim Opera Festival by “Jeunesses Musicales” in 2007, in a production directed by Dominik Wilgenbus, with Alessandro de Marchi and Patrick Lange conducting the German National Youth Orchestra (BJO). He has reprised this role at the Theaters of Braunschweig and Magdeburg in Germany, and Landestheater Linz in Austria. In 2011 he replaced Javier Camarena as Don Ramiro LA CENERENTOLA at Opéra National de Paris under conductor Bruno Campanella.
A consummate Rossinian, other bel-canto engagements include Narciso IL TURCO IN ITALIA at Teatro Gaetano Fraschini, Pavia, Ramiro LA CENERENTOLA at Gärtnerplatztheater, Theater Osnabruck, Sofia Opera, Landestheater Linz and Schloss Weikersheim, Libenskof IL VIAGGIO A REIMS at Oper Graz, Lindoro L’ITALIANA IN ALGERI for Teatro Comunale di BologNationaltheater Weimar and Almaviva IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA for Theater Magdeburg, Tiroler Landestheater Innsbruck and Festival Sédières in France.
With the theater group Nico and the Navigators in Berlin he created the Tenor Solo in their much lauded stage production of Rossini LA PETITE MESSE SOLENNELLE. This Production toured until 2014 including performances at the Artfestival Weimar at Theater Erfurt in Germany, Dijon Opéra, Theater de Nîmes and Paris Opéra-Comique in France, the Bregenz Festival 2012 in Austria and the Grand Theatre de Luxembourg.
Other engagements include the 4th Jew SALOME at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland conducted by Valery Gergiev, Tonio in LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT at the Operahouse of Rostock in Germany, Staatstheater Karlsruhe, Theater Orchester Biel Solothurn and covering this role at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ferrando COSI FAN TUTTE at the Theater Pforzheim, Germany and the Ghost HAMLET by Christian Jost, Ein Saenger DER ROSENKAVALIER at the Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater Schwerin, Nadir LES PECHEURS DE PERLES at Theater Pforzheim, Camille DIE LUSTIGE WITWE for Theater Erfurt, Alfred DIE FLEDERMAUS for Theater Freiburg and the role of Pavle DIE ROTE ZORA both at the Komische Oper Berlin.
In In 2012 Miloš Bulajić became Price winner at the International Competition “Cittá di Bologna” in Italy, where he received the special Price “Benvenuto Franci”. That Summer he was invited by Alberto Zedda to take part in the prestigious Accademia Rossiniana and to sing Count Libenskof IL VIAGGIO A REIMS as a Part of the Rossini Opera Festival ROF in Pesaro/Italy. He was part of the “Young Singers Project” of the Salzburg Festival in 2014 and sang Don Ramiro in LA CENERENTOLA and “un messo” in IL TROVATORE under Daniele Gatti with Placido Domingo and Anna Netrebko.
Bulajic has appeared on concert platforms in Germany, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Czech Republic and France where his concert repertoire includes Mozart Requiem, Rossini Stabat Mater, Bach St Matthew Passion (at the Berlin Philharmonie)Haydn Creation and Stabat Mater, Händel Messiah and St John Passion, Bruckner Mass in F and Carl Orff Carmina Burana with orchestras including the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Bamberg Symphonic.
Bulajic’s musical education began with piano lessons with Srboljub Dinić, later going on to study Piano at the Hans Eisler University of Music in Berlin and the Julius-Stern Institut in Berlin, finishing his Diploma at the University of Music in Würzburg. He was particulary inspired by Professor Georg Sava (HfM Berlin). Between 1999 and 2002 he was a member of the Domchoir Berlin as well as a member of the children’s choir at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin. During his time at the Staatsoper he had performed as a soloist in numerous productions including TOSCA and LA BOHEME, working with conductors such as Philippe Jordan and Daniel Barenboim.