Following Nada’s performance with the Lakeside Symphony, August 2017:

“Pianist Nada is an extraordinary performer, with an expressive nature that never fails to move her audiences. Her ability to interpret great works for piano is such that, after hearing a concerto performed by Nada, the listener has the sense that he/she has been in the presence of a great storyteller. Her use of color from the keyboard, her impeccable timing, her facility, and her dramatic flair make for very memorable performances. To experience an artistic rendition by Pianist Nada is a great joy!”

Cecilia Johnson,
Adrian College music faculty
Concertmaster, Sono Novo Chamber Ensemble, Toledo, Ohio


Nada’s September/October Schedule

September 10th and October 8th, 4:00 pm
Classical Hour at the Piano Shop
Nada’s Classical Hour streaming/broadcast on WCHQ 100.9FM
Attend this live program at the Piano Shop
13040 Eastgate Park Way, Suite 108
Louisville, KY
Suggested Donation $30

September 24th and October 29th at 3:00 pm
Classical Hour at Episcopal Church Homes
As a reminder, the last Sunday of each month local audiences are welcomed
to attend Nada’s Classical Hour at the Episcopal Church Homes.
Free, open to public

Please note a new Event at the Faulkner Gallery
The City’s most interesting and eclectic arts event space in the edgy,
historic warehouse district just west of downtown Louisville.

September 17th and October 22nd at 3:00 pm
Nada and her Classical Hour at the Faulkner Gallery
Free. Donations accepted

October 6th at Noon
New Albany Public Library Noon Concerts Presented by KAMS
180 West Spring Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Strassweg Auditorium

October 23rd at 2:00pm
Nada performs at Twinbrooks Assisted Living
Louisville, KY

October 13th at 8:30 pm
Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra

Nada performs Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of conductor Garo Avessian

St. Joseph Church – Monot
Beirut, Lebanon

For tickets visit Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra

“I speak music”

There is something special about pianist Nada. The unusual path on which life has taken her has also made her into an extraordinary human being. When she performs, her music seems to come alive in such a way that few performers ever dare to reach. It is like time and reality do not matter, only music.

Her insightful readings and unique approach to the major music repertoire frequently reminds audiences and critics of the legendary pianists Gina Bachauer and Clara Haskil. And more recently, she has been hailed “a music personality of this century, such as a Glenn Gould or Samson François.”

As an excellent communicator, both in introducing the music to her audiences and in interpreting the music through her performances, “I speak music” is the motto which best describes her charismatic personality and talent to generate enthusiasm and love of classical music.

You can hear her as host and performer of her own radio series, The Classical Hour. The performances are streamed/broadcast live on WCHQ 100.9 FM Crescent Hill and available on the net for download from anywhere in the world.