Mimoza Keka – piano

Mimoza Keka-piano


Mimoza Keka is an acclaimed Macedonian pianist born in Skopje.  She received her PhD in Musical Arts at the age of 26 from the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje, under the mentorship of Prof. Todor Svetiev and Prof. PhD Dimitrije Buzharovski.  Her professional and artistic formation has been greatly influenced by many outstanding musicians including pianist Lilya Zilberstein, obtaining a Master’s Degree (Master of Arts Diploma) under her supervision. Her international performances include concerts and recitals in Prague, Rome, Paris, Milan, Trieste, Siena, Bristol, and New York City. The performances range from solo recitals and concerts with symphony orchestras to participation in chamber ensembles and piano duos. Mimoza performs at festivals such as “Siena Summer Festival”, International Francophonie Festival “Soleil”, as well as festivals in North Macedonia- “Autumnal Musical Festivities”, “Golden Lyre” and “Days of Macedonian Music”, gaining recognition by music critics- “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 is a winner of 10 international and national awards and prizes at competitions in Italy, France, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia. She has also performed in a number of master classes with highly acclaimed pianists as well as having accomplished professional trainings at prestigious music academies including “Accademia Musicale Chigiana”. In 2019 she participated in TEME Project (Transnational European Music Entrepreneur) in Italy, as a part of Music Moves Europe.




  1. V. Beethoven: Sonata no. 18 op. 31 no. 3 E-flat major “The hunt”


                                Scherzo. Allegretto vivace

                                 Menuetto. Moderato e grazioso

                                Presto con fuoco


  1. Janacek: In the mists


                                Molto adagio




  1. Chopin: Barcarolle op. 60




  1. Lizst: Sonata h-moll S. 178


16 Aug 2023






Church St. Sophia


Church St. Sophia
Car Samoil 88, Ohrid 6000

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