Biana Kovic

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"Kovic's music makes for a story that is as interesting and fleshed-out as any novel or movie... Her ability as a cellist and as a composer unites disparate elements into something beautiful. "


- James McQuiston, NeuFutur Magazine




Biana has composed music for films, singles, albums and documentaries.


A classically trained cellist and a winner of many awards, Biana has performed solo, chamber and orchestra concerts throughout Europe and US.  Her performances in New York City include  Carnegie Hall,  Weill Recital Hall, Steinway Hall, Cami Hall, Zankel Hall, The Open Center, The Tibetan House and Avery Fisher Hall.


Biana's work with cello students of various abilities, levels of training and with various performing related injuries, from nerve compressions and muscle related injuries to tendonitis, has inspired her to develop the Energy Efficient Cello Technique that helped many students re - learn to play the cello with ease and pain free. Biana's students have gone on to careers as soloists, chamber & orchestra musicians and session players.


Biana is a big fan of baseball, and in 2006 she was invited to do solo cello performance of  The National Anthem at the Shea Stadium & CITI Field and has performed consecutively until 2010.


In 2010, as part of her graduate degree program, Biana has conducted a research on identifying musical talent in students that was published under the same name. The research paper is available on LinkedIn and was also cited in many publication.


As a recording artist, Biana's versatile cello ability have enabled her to record with various new age, world, folk, pop, electronic and rock artists.


In 2014, Biana has co-produced with Jim DeVivo and Joaquin Lievano two original singles, One Perfect Moment and Freed.


In 2018, Biana has co-produced with Jim DeVivo and wrote the music for the Nurturing Babies Lullabies Series available on YouTube.


Biana has studied cello with Michael Flaksman, Aleksandr Fedorchenko and Francoise Jakovcic.