Live performance at The Piano Shop – September 10th, 2017

“A delightful, intelligent, and soulful performance with such power!” – Hiroko Driver-Lippman; Violinist, Director of Suzuki School of Louisville.

“Pianist Nada displayed mastery of two opposite poles of Brahms by contrasting expansive but nimbly witty performances of two of the technically demanding solo piano versions of his Hungarian Dances with the fiercely defiant, brooding and prophetic F-sharp Minor Sonata, written when the composer was still a teenager. Her totally committed, whole-body performance of the sonata welded intellect and emotion to thrilling physical courage.” – Frank Richmond; composer, pianist, music director of Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church.



Pikeville Return Visit on September 20th, 2016

Rhapsodie Op. 79 #1, Ballades Op. 10 #3 and 4, Chorale Op. 122 #1 for Organ arranged by NADA, Variations Op. 9 on a Theme by Schumann

“a definite reading of Brahms…great breath, music is clear…she has the audience at her command…wonderful!…” Dr. Philip Westgate


International Pianist Nada performs a concert at the University of Pikeville on February 2nd, 2016.

“I must say I really enjoyed the performance!” – Picklewulf