Marián Pavlovič

The tenor Marian Pavlovič was born in 1972. He completed studying singing under the tutelage of Peter Mikuláš at Bratislava’s College of Music and Dramatic Arts in 2000. During his studies he worked with the State Opera in Banská Bystrica, Bratislava’s Chamber Opera and Slovak TV.
He attended several master classes given by renowned artists – Kerstin Meyer, Peter Mikuláš and Sergej Kopčák. He is the holder of third prize in the M. Sch. Trnavský international singing competition in Trnava.
At the present time, he appears as guest soloist at the Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava, the Prague State Opera and the National Theatre in Prague. Marian Pavlovič has also intensively engaged in concert activity, regularly performing with Musica Bohemica, Capella Istropolitana and the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra. He has collaborated with leading conductors, among them J. Latham Koenig, Sir Charles Mackerras, E. zu Guttenberg, C. Richter and R. Beck. He has also performed in Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain and Mexico.
His repertoire includes, for instance, the opera roles of Tamino and Monostato (The Magic Flute), Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni), Don Ramiro (La cenerentola), Nemorino (The Elixir of Love), Beppo (I Pagliacci), Alicno (Händel - Oronte), as well as the role of the Second Son (Weill – Seven Deadly Sins). For the National Theatre in Prague he has studied the triple role of Mazal-Blankytný-Petřík (The Excursions of Mr. Brouček).