Soprano Zorica Pavlovic, whose voice was described as "both pure and filled with emotion" (Atlanta Early Music Alliance Broadside), has performed with the number of organizations including the Atlanta Opera, Charlottesville Opera, Eastman Opera Theater, Harrower Opera Workshop, Atlanta Camerata, Brasstown Concert Association, New Trinity Baroque, Christ Church Schola Cantorum in Rochester, NY, Eastman Collegium Musicum, and Rochester Chamber Orchestra.

With the strong interest for early music, Ms. Pavlovic was featured as a soloist at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Amherst Early Music Festival, Queens College Baroque Opera Summer Workshop and Haymarket Opera Summer Workshop. She recently made her debut at the Belgrade Early Music Festival where she was featured as a soprano soloist with the Belgrade Studio of Early Music and Belgrade Early Music Festival Baroque Orchestra. She was also the participant of Belgrade Baroque Academy.

Some of the roles recently performed include Eurilla in Handel’s Il Pastor Fido at the Amherst Early Music Festival as well as Virtue and Poppea in Monteverdi’s Il Coronazione di Poppea at the Haymarket Opera’s Summer Workshop. Additional roles include Mrs. Gleaton in Floyd’s Susanna, Dorinda in Orlando, Eurydice in Rossi’s Orfeo, and Diane in La Diane De Fontaineblau. She can be heard on a 2016 recording ‘A Sunday in Paris’, a compilation of the 19th century French sacred music, by the Christ Church Schola Cantorum in Rochester, NY.

Ms. Pavlovic is a graduate of Eastman School of Music with MM in voice performance and literature and Georgia State University with BM in voice performace. She currently resides in Atlanta.