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A native of Japan, Haruka Ostojic received her Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Piano Performance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she additionally obtained her Performer Diploma, under the tutorship of the world-famous Russian pianist and the founding member of Borodin Trio, Prof. Luba Edlina-Dubinsky.

In a decade-long career as a collaborator, Ostojic has worked with the teaching studios of distinguished professors of music such as Jaime Laredo, Janos Starker, Andreas Poulimenos, Alex Kerr, and Sylvia McNair, to name a few. She is often invited to collaborate with competitors at the Muncie Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, Carmel Symphony Young Artist Competition, and World Piano Competition (Cincinnati, OH). She has also made appearances as a guest performer and a judge in music festivals and competitions in the U.S. and Europe. During the summer, Ostojic is engaged in the Carmel Klavier International Piano Competition as an organizer as well as the accompanist for its concerto division.

Ostojic currently is appointed at the University of Indianapolis Music Department as Assistant Professor and Director of the Pre-College Program.

Founded in 1972, the Indianapolis Arts Chorale uplifts the human spirit for multiple generations of singers and audiences by building deep emotional connections through the art of choral singing. The Indianapolis Arts Chorale is a not‑for‑profit community of auditioned voices with a commitment to excellence and a passion for choral music and its future. These are its hallmarks and have been for nearly half a century.

Mission Statement

The Indianapolis Arts Chorale is a community of voices who engage our audiences through the art of choral singing. The primary purpose of the IAC is musical excellence in performance for the education, enjoyment, and cultural enrichment of our audiences and ourselves. The IAC also seeks to provide social and fellowship experiences to deepen and enrich our lives. Further, we identify as an organization of individuals, who are making a positive contribution to the entire community, without regard for race, creed, color, gender, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, physical, or mental ability.