Biana Kovic, educator, professional cellist and a program director at Never2Late Inc,
has been featured in the New York Times; Good Morning Amarica; Chappaqua
Public Television; Wisconsin Cello Society Newsletter; The Riverside Press;
The Lubec Light; The Quoddy Tides; BangorNews; Machias Valley News
Observer; Special Redio; The Downeast; Coastal Press;;
Music for People Newsletter; and

Ms. Kovic graduated from the University at Albany (SUNY) - MS in Educational
Psychology and Methodology; the University of Musical Arts - BA in Cello
Performance, the Hartt and Chicago Suzuki Institutes; The NLP Center of New
York – Master Certificate in Leadership and Communication; and LaGuardia
Community College - Certificate in Organizational Management.

A winner of many awards, Biana has performed at New York City's Carnegie Hall,
Weill Recital Hall, Steinway Hall,Cami Hall, Zankel Hall, The Open Center,
The Tibetan House and Avery Fisher Hall.

Ms. Kovic was also invited to do solo cello performance of The National Anthem at
the Shea Stadium and Citi Fields in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and again in 2010.

Ms. Kovic is a faculty member at the Lucy Moses Music School and The Lawrence
Eisman Center for Preparatory Studies in Music - Queens College.



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With FullMoon Productions, Ms. Kovic has produced 2 times award winning
short documentary film
“Virtuoso”, featuring an 89 year old woman
who begins to learn to play the cello in five weeks.
The film has been shown
at the Sunshine Cinema, NY; Opera Plaza Cinemas, San Francisco, CA;
Kendall Square Cinemas, Cambridge, MA; as well as numerous senior
centers and film festivals

The DVD is currently available on AMAZON.

To learn more about the film, please visit:

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