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Lena Kovacevic is a Serbian musician.
Kovacevic was born February 25, 1982 in Belgrade. In her hometown, she studied piano at Music High School. She graduated from the Music Conservatory in Amsterdam where she focused on jazz singing.
She has performed in numerous competitions and festivals, including EXIT 2001. She collaborated with the Royal Dutch Orchestra, with whom she undertook a concert series in the Netherlands and Belgium, including an appearance in front of the Dutch queen. She performed as a soloist in a project of the American bassist Jhon Clayton. A Belgian producer Biskemijem recorded her performing Serbian traditional songs, Dense fog padnala me.
In December 2009, she released an album called Good day to sing in Belgrade.
In 2011, she was a judge for the music competition "First Voice of Serbia", which was broadcast on television First. Other judges included Vlado Georgijev and Sasa Milosevic Mare.