Ilza Sternicka-Niekrasz (1898, Saint Petersburg — 27 June 1932, Warsaw) was a Polish pianist and composer.
Sternicka-Niekrasz studied in Saint Petersburg Conservatory under Alexander Glazunov, then in Warsaw Conservatory under Henryk Melcer-Szczawiński, Roman Statkowski and Karol Szymanowski.
== Compositions ==
Baśń, fantasy for piano and orchestra (1927)
Szachy, symphonic grotesque (1931)
Oratorium (fragments performed in 1929 in Poznan)
Variations for string quartet
Double fugue for string quintet
Groteski dla dzieci for flute, clarinet and bassoon (for children)
Kolory, suite for piano (a fragment published in 1931)
Piano sonata in F minor
Songs for voice with piano (including Ojcze nasz, published in 1935)
Songs for children
== External links ==
Free scores by Ilza Sternicka-Niekrasz at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
Entry in Encyklopedia muzyki PWN