Sreten Manojlović was born in 1989 in Belgrade, Serbia. Since 2013, he has been based in Vienna, where he is currently active as a freelancer and studying with Sebastian Vittucci at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, as well as with Carol Blaickner-Mayo.
Early into his education, Sreten was exposed to and discovered an affinity towards 17th and 18th century music. His artistic identity was thus formed between his studies in Vienna and the Belgrade Baroque Academy, led by Marijana Mijanović and Predrag Gosta. On the operatic stage, he debuted with the role of Zoroastro in Handel's Orlando, under the baton of P. Gosta. Since then, he has had the good fortune of being able to work with and perform under the guidance of many experts in the field of early music, such as Christoph U. Meier and Tomislav Facini.
A major breakthrough and personal confirmation came with the acceptance into the young singers' project of Les arts florissants, Le jardin des voix. Under the artistic guidance of William Christie, Paul Agnew and Sophie Daneman, Sreten is to perform at the Dans les jardins de William Christie festival in the Summer of 2019, interpreting the role of Nardo in Mozart's La finta giardiniera.
As of 2017, he has been a scholarship holder of the SIAA Foundation.