Serbian bass-baritone Sreten Manojlović studied with Sebastian Vittucci at the Univertsity for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. He takes further vocal guidance from Carol Blaickner-Mayo. Having been closely involved with the Belgrade Baroque Academy, he developed a keen interest in 17th and 18th century music under the mentorship of Marijana Mijanović and performance opportunities under Predrag Gosta. He gave his stage debut as Zoroastro in Handel's Orlando. Further Handelean roles followed, such as Leone and Toante in Tamerlano and Oreste, as well as Polypheme in Acis and Galatea under Robert Howarth and Claus Guth, Conte Almaviva in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro under Christoph Meier and Kateryna Sokolova, and Enrico in a production of Haydn's L'isola disabitata that was nominated for the Austrian Theatre Prize. In 2019 he took part in the Jardin des Voix of Les arts florissants, interpreting the role of Nardo in Mozart’s La finta giardiniera under William Christie, Paul Agnew and Sophie Daneman. Taking part in the Summer Academy of the Vienna Philharmonic, he reprised the role of Nardo the same year. Alongside Kateryna Sokolova, he is the co-founder of The Wiry Concord, a platform for education and professional performance within the musical and dramatic arts.
As of 2017, he has been a scholarship holder of the SIAA Foundation.