Nada in deep contemplation
“I am not a writer, a poet nor a painter since I cannot artfully arrange my phrases or images so as to give light and shade; nor can I even express my thoughts by gesture and pantomime, for I am no dancer. But I can do so in sounds. I am a musician.”
-W.A. Mozart

In the year 2020, I plan to work mainly on writing my life’s story. It will be like taking a sabbatical year from performing, although I have a few performances and recordings on my calendar.

It will also be a time of reflection and planning, meditating on my accomplishments and my life, and looking for more ways to share with others everything I am as a musician.

Lebanon Tour 2019

Watch Video Excerpts from the Lebanon Tour Concerts

Upcoming Performances: New Albany Arts theater, Campbellsville University, Kentucky Center for the Arts, Sisters of Loretto (Nerinx, KY), Eastern Kentucky University, Kling Orchestra, Florida Gulf Coast University, Eglise Américaine (Paris, France), Indiana University Southeast (inaugural Brahms Society concert)



Bach: Concerto in D minor, Chopin: Concerto No. 1 in E minor, Naji Hakim: Piano Concerto, Brahms: Sonata No. 1, Fantasies Op. 116, Beethoven: “Waldstein,” Schubert: “Wanderer” Fantasy

See more programs on the Repertoire page



The Brahmsian piano technique” (International Piano Magazine, UK, July 2019 issue)
“The audience is you: bringing music alive for everyone”

“Nada has the modesty of the greatest. One can no longer find the interpreter, only the music, and that reverence of a hall left absolutely breathless”
– An Nahar (the leading Arabic-language daily newspaper, published in Lebanon)