Mimoza Keka is a classical concert pianist from Skopje. Along with her numerous projects and concerts across Europe, she earned acclaim as a recitalist, chamber musician, piano accompanist and recording artist.
At the age of 26, she defended her doctoral dissertation on ”The use of digital technologies in quantitative analysis of piano performance” and made a premiere performance of Sonata op. 26 from Samuel Barber and premiere integral performance of ”Miroirs” from Maurice Ravel and ”In the mists” from Leoš Janáček in her country. Therefore in 2021 she was awarded her Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance from SS. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. Her doctoral research ”The use of digital technologies in quantitative analysis of piano performance” received critical acclaim with critics complimenting its originality, novelty and utility as well as its remarkable interdisciplinary approach, stating that it is exemplary not only in the country but also abroad.
Towards the concert of Mimoza Keka – piano, at the Golden Lyre 2017 First, some important references for the young pianist Mimoza Keka, who in the hall of the Museum of the City of Skopje, most pleasantly surprised the audience, especially the author of this text. Coming directly from our piano school, which by the […]