Note piano and singing teacher Dr.
will be performing a recital on Sat, Oct 7, 2023 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
EDT at Trinity-St. Paul's United Church and Centre for Faith, Justice
and the Arts, 427 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON M5S 1X7. Come out and
enjoy an evening of beautiful piano and voice music as if heard in a
dream featuring classical, pop, healing, and even rap, all in 30
minutes. Meet great people, relax and enjoy.
recital program is a combination of classical music, movie soundtrack
music, and pop music, as well as a new style Dr. Nina Soyfer is
developing where native American rap and classical
come together. Nina will be performing some of her original
compositions including The Lake Song and Where Do You Go?, both of
which will be performed by Paul Therrien and Stevie Beat, and of
course Dr. Nina Soyfer. The producers behind the beats for these
songs are Popkris and Christopher Letts. Other performance pieces
include: J.S. Bach, Tocatta and FUGUE in D major, BWV 912, Sergei
Rachmaninoff, Etude Tableaux in F sharp minor, Wish I Stayed, Look
Into Your Heart, Pretty Angry, and Love. Some of these songs were
created and dreamt of in meditation with Nature. Nina composed Wish I
Stayed, Look Into Your Heart, Pretty Angry, and Love.
soulful ballads to energetic pop hits, Nina will take you on a
musical journey like no other. Her powerful performances and
heartfelt lyrics will touch your soul and leave you wanting more.
Experience the talent and charisma of Nina Soyfer as she takes the
stage to showcase her unique blend of music and artistry. With her
captivating voice and mesmerizing presence, she is sure to leave you
miss out on this unforgettable event! Grab your friends and family,
and join us for a night of pure enjoyment. Get ready to dance, sing
along, and create lasting memories at the Nina Soyfer October Show.
Dr. Nina Soyfer is a Ukranian-Canadian composer, conductor, pianist, vocalist, guitarist, musicologist, prize-winning painter, poet, dancer/choreographer, yoga instructor, and music teacher. Nina teaches piano, singing, and sopilka (Ukranian Flute) lessons here at Neighbour Note. As a student, Nina has over twenty-five years of music education and practice. Dr. Nina
has completed a PhD in Musicology, a Master of Arts in music, and a
Bachelor of Fine Art degree from York University. She has also
completed both an LRCM and an ARCT diploma from the Royal
Conservatory of Music. As a teacher, Nina has developed her own
teaching method entitled Integrated Arts Method or IAM for short.
Nina has taught music at York University in Toronto and at the M.D.
Leontovich Music College of Culture and Arts in the Ukraine.
career as a composer began in 2003 with her prize-winning piano
miniature Frolicsome Polka, which was published in Suzir'ya Muz
magazine and premiered in the Ukraine. Dr. Nina Soyfer has completed
over one hundred compositions, mainly for piano, voice, percussion,
guitar, as well as string quartet and orchestra.
join us for the Nina Soyfer October Show on Saturday, October 7, 2023
at 427 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 1X7. Get ready for an
evening filled with incredible performances, laughter, and
Mark your calendars and get your tickets now. We can't wait to see you there!