Nina Danon's Teacher Profile Page
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Nina is a franco-italian musician, composer and audio-visual artist.
Fascinated from an early age by the relationship between music and other forms of art to create emotions, Nina graduated in classical piano from the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia of Rome, and later moved to Berlin to work for film composer and visual artist Henning Lohner from Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions, arranging and recording music for feature films and German television, and participating in concerts and masterclasses at the Konzerthaus, the Martin-Gropius Bau, the Berlin Academy of Arts and the University of the Arts in Zurich.
Since 2012, Nina lives and works in London, where she completed a Master of Music in Sonic Arts at Goldsmiths College, with a research focus on how the perception of motion in sounds and paintings can transmit emotions.
In recent years, her music has been commissioned by the United Nations University, Leighton House Museum, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and TEDx.
As a pianist, she has been collaborating with world-renowned musicians, including vibraphonist David Friedman and cellist Alexander Baillie, recording in prestigious studios in Germany and in the UK and performing with the Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg.
Conservatorio Santa Cecilia of Rome: MMus in Piano Performance
Goldsmiths, University of London: MMus in Sonic Arts
Reasons to study with me:
Composition for Film, Theatre and Media
Classical Piano - intermediate and advanced tutoring
Classical Piano and Music theory for beginners (7-12 years old)
Classical Piano for Adult beginners