With a glint in her eye and fiery red curls, Mira Stroika is a New York based artist who has developed a multigenerational following thanks to her explosive, raw vocal talent and eclectic theatrical sound. Stroika's musical roots developed early on with classical piano training from the age of three, cello and voice studies and eventually teaching herself accordion. With a sound that is reminiscent of Amanda Palmer and Regina Spektor, Stroika's music is full of storytelling, catchy hooks and the soulfulness of an artist who has fought to stay true to her inner voice.
Stroika sings in over half a dozen languages, has collaborated with Grammy Award winning artists, performed in Berlin and has worked her way from New York's club scene all the way to Lincoln Center as well as performing for the ambassadors of the U.N. General Assembly. Stroika studied at Stanford, Yale and NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.