World acoustic roots music, in Yiddish, English, Hebrew, Slavic languages (Czech, Russian, etc.) and French. Haunting original compositions and arrangements performed by some of the best world musicians in Canada. Albums:  Fray (2010), Embrace (2013)

Lullabies from Exile:
Yiddish and Iraqi music intertwined. Collaboration with the oud and violin virtuoso Yair Dalal. Release September 1, 2014. 

Songs for the Breathing Walls:
Live recordings of liturgy (devotional songs) in Hebrew with various international artists (David Doruzka and Tomas Reindl, Czech republic; Christian Dawid, Germany; Alexander Shonert, Russia/Czech Republic; Yair Dalal, Israel; Rasto Uhrik, Slovakia; Alan Hetherington, Anwar Khurshid, Ravi Naimpally, Zita Petrak, Canada) in Czech and Moravian synagogues. Release June 1, 2012 (Europe), November 3, 2012 (North America).

Lenka’s collaboration with Roula Said, “Bridges: a Yiddish/Arabic musical dialogue", was presented by Small World Music at the Lula Lounge in Toronto in 2011. It was featured again on March 5, 2012, at the Al Green Theater in Toronto. The concert launched CD "Bridges: Live at  Lula Lounge". 

Collaboration with Andrew McPherson.

English songs:
Between composing world music, Lenka can't help herself and writes songs in English. Some of these should be included on an EP hoped for in late 2014 or early 2015.  Earlier work: Lenka’s original song “Phoenix” is included on “World Jazz for Haiti” compilation CD of some of Canada’s leading jazz and world artists (September, 2010). "Phoenix" will be included on a compilation album envisioned for... late 2015?