Luciana Muraira began studying piano at the age of 5 and in 2008 won her first piano competition at age of 8. A few years later she entered the Fine Arts School of Music and Dance of Monterrey, Mexico, becoming a pupil of recognized Uzbekistanian pianist Nargiza Kamilova. In 2017 she started studying for her bachelor’s at the University of Fine Arts at Colima with the Duo Petrof, Anatoly Zatín and Vlada Vassilieva. She later transferred to Indiana Wesleyan University and is currently a student of Dr. Phoenix Park Kim.
Muraira has won several competitions and scholarships such as the National Competition of Young Pianists Parnassos in the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 6th categories; 1st place and scholarship winner of the Escuela Superior de Música y Danza (Monterrey) International Summer Festival; 2nd place at the 2017 Carmel Klavier Piano International Competition; 3rd place at the Fifth National Piano Competition “Claudio Herrera” (2017); 1st place at the Cuervo-Petrof International Piano Competition Competition (2018); and a scholarship to study at Wesleyan University of Indianapolis.
Ms. Muraira recently won the Concerto competition to perform with Indiana Wesleyan University Orchestra. In her career she has given concerts at important stages in Monterrey, Mexico City, Colima, Jalisco, the United States, Italy, Czech Republic as well as her debut with the Marina Philharmonic at the National Conservatory of Mexico City.