Vocal Coach and Accompanist
Djordje Stevan Nesic’s pianism has been described as artful, assertive, sensitive and quietly virtuosic, and his career highlighted by recital, concerto, chamber, and collaborative performances, both in the US and his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia. Engagements in 2016 include a recital for the George London Foundation, and performing as the official accompanist for the Joyce DiDonato Carnegie Hall masterclasses. Recent activity includes a recital with mezzo Isabel Leonard for the Lincoln Center Great Performers Circle, teaching residency in Zagreb, Croatia, a gala concert for the 84th anniversary of Belgrade’s Kolarac Hall, recitals for the Metropolitan Opera Guild, appearances at Opera Saratoga, Asolo Theater in Sarasota, and the Phoenicia Festival of the Voice, as well the Opera America Conference in San Francisco, a teaching residency at the historic Kolarac Hall in Belgrade, performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, as well as a live performance on A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. Djordje recorded seven newly commissioned art songs for Opera America Songbook CD, performed at Carnegie’s Weill and Zankel halls, Ravinia Festival’s Rising Star Series, and participated in the Midwest-Emmy winning PBS broadcast of “This Little Light of Mine”, also issued on DVD. Other venues include Lincoln Center, the United Nations General Assembly Hall, the Mann Performing Arts Center in Philadelphia, and FUJI TV in Japan. He has been a fellow and a guest performer at Opera Saratoga, the Aspen Music Festival, the Tanglewood Festival, Glimmerglass Opera, Houston Grand Opera, the Greenwich Music Festival, and the Phoenicia Voice Festival.
Djordje Stevan Nesic, is a roster member of the Arts Global Artistic.