Mirna Lekić



January 23, 2018

I am thrilled and honored to be selected as one of the winners of the 2017-18 American Prize in Piano Performance!



NEW RELEASE: Eastern Currents (Romeo Records 7320)

December 7, 2017

Ensemble 365's new album Eastern Currents (Romeo Records 7320) is now available on Amazon and iTunes.

Envisioned as a journey through contemporary Asian music, this album features chamber works written in the past forty years by composers from Azerbaijan, China, India, Iran, Japan and Taiwan.

Ensemble 365: Sara Paar - soprano, Mary Hubbell - soprano, Alice Jones - flute, Karen Rostron - violin, Marta Reilly - cello, Mirna Lekić - piano

2017 New York International Concerto Festival

August 3, 2017

I had the pleasure of working with this group of accomplished young artists as part of the 2017 New York International Concerto Festival directed by Jahye Kim. 


Between the Keys with Jed Distler

June 8, 2017

Tune in to WWFM (89.1FM) this Tuesday (6/13/17) for Between the Keys with Jed Distler. 

Episode 104: New Old and Unexpected II.

Featured pianists include Lara Downes, Susanne Kessel, Mirna Lekic, Spencer Myer, Gabriele Baldocci, Malcolm Binns, Cyprien Katsaris and more.


Women Composers Festival of Hartford

April 30, 2017

After our performance at the 2017 Women Composers Festival of Hartford:

Global Music Awards Silver Medal

March 23, 2017

Masks was recognized with a Silver Medal (Outstanding Achievement) in the Instrumentalist category by the Global Music Awards!



January 6, 2017

Masks was released today on Centaur Records! Order your copy here.

Cover art by Maia Cruz Palileo (www.maiacruzpalileo.com)

2016 CMS National Conference - Santa Fe

November 2, 2016

Memories of this year's College Music Society National Conference held in beautiful Santa Fe:








Shastra Symposium

October 5, 2016

In good company at the 2016 Shastra Symposium:

Kupferberg Holocaust Center Colloquium 2016-17

September 16, 2016
  KHRCA Colloquium, 2016-2017
This year's colloquia, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, seeks to put the past in conversation with the present by exploring the history of genocide and refugees. The program is led by Queensborough Community College Faculty Coordinators: Aliza Atik, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English; Kathleen Alves, D.A., Assistant Professor of English; and Mirna Lekic, D.M.A., Assistant Professor of Music. These events will explore the genocides that create refugee populations, and examine the challenges facing refugee populations as they seek to find asylum in countries and communities that are often resistant to accepting them.

To download the brochure click HERE.

To find out more about individual programs click HERE.



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