Mimoza Keka is a classical concert pianist from Skopje. She earned acclaim as a recitalist, chamber musician, piano accompanist and recording artist – “Her performance is distinguished by a clear and creative imagination, with a precisely crafted dynamics, articulation, rhythm and an exceptionally well-built pianistic technique…” “…Keka fascinates with her emotional and physical strength, her volcanic nature – an obvious pillar on which she overcomes Liszt’s genius artistic nature with an inexplicably easy approach…” . Her repertoire includes music from baroque to contemporary, performing a wide range of musical works. In 2022 she released her solo album Non-Fungible with music by Bach, Scriabin and Barber.
She received her PhD in Musical Arts at age 26 from the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje on her doctoral dissertation on ”The use of digital technologies in quantitative analysis of piano performance”, the 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. The 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.