Nadia teaches violin to students of all ages in her free time when she is not performing and recording.
Violin Performance, NYU.
Nadia M. is finishing a degree at New York Univeristy as a violin performance major. She began studying violin at the age of seven. Nadia currently studies with Cyrus Beroukhim and has studied with Anne Nagosky, Gregory Fulkerson, and Naoko Tanaka in the past.
Nadia was a member of the Omaha Area Youth Orchestras (OAYO) since 2006. In that time, she has served as Concertmaster of the Elementary Strings Orchestra and Principal Second Violin, Associate Concertmaster and Concertmaster of the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra. At the age of 11, Nadia was the winner of the OAYO Concerto Competition. She is currently part of the New York University Symphony Orchestra.
Nadia has competed and won first place in: ASTA State Competition, Junior Division of Orchestra Omaha Concerto competition, Hastings Symphony Young Artist Concerto Competition, Cherokee Symphony Young Artist Competition, and the Larsen Young Artist Awards. She was also a national finalist in the 2009, 2011 and 2012 Music Teachers National Association Competition following a First Place award in the West Central States Division.
Nadia has performed as a featured soloist with the Omaha Symphony, Omaha Area Youth Orchestra, Orchestra Omaha, Cherokee Symphony Orchestra, Hastings Symphony, and the Vespers Orchestra.
Nadia appears regularly in gigs and events around New York City. She has performed in pop and jazz concerts along with her classical performances. She has appeared in a GMC commercial and has worked with bands such as the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Nadia has released two solo albums and also teaches children violin in her free time.
In Nebraska, a legislative resolution was passed in her name, recognizing her achievements in music. Nadia has helped the community with her volunteer service to hospice houses, hospitals, churches, and other events in Nebraska. In addition to her numerous violin-related activities, Nadia has participated in several piano events and studied traditional Indian dance.