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""one of the most interesting composers of her generation"

- Krzysztof Meyer, composer ,

Emeritus Professor Cologne Academy of Music  

One of the most charismatic personalities on today's art scene, Nina Siniakova is a musician of a diverse cultural background and broad interests. Her music explores eternal subjects of beauty, love, life, and death.

Her colleagues describe her style as “unique and refined” (Mark Hagerty) , that in their option makes Nina Siniakova “one of the most interesting composers of her generation” (Krzysztof Meyer). Nina Siniakova's award-winning Concerto for Two Violins and  orchestra  was hailed as an "astonishing" by a Royal Ballet Music director, celebrated British conductor Barry Wordsworth.

Her interests in musical genres span music written in contemporary classical style to minimalism, jazz, easy listening, and music for children. 

Siniakova is a recipient of numerous national and international awards, including Grant of NY Consul on Arts , First Prize and People’s Choice Award at Andrey Petrov Symphonic Music competition in St. Petersburg, Russia (for Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra), stipend of DAAD (German Students’ Exchange Service), stipend of Exploring the Metropolis program NYC and many others. She has collaborated with numerous 

celebrated collectives and artists, including Orchestra 2001, Network for New Music in Philadelphia, Bachhanalia Baroque Ensemble, Melodia Women's choir in New York City, Bolshoi Theater Woodwind Quintet, Philharmonic Symphony orchestra in Belarus, as well as internationally celebrated musicians, concertmaster of New York City ballet orchestra, American violinist Arturo Delmoni, Belgian flutist Berten D'Hollander, and many others.

As a pianist and a composer she has appeared at Carnegie Weill Recital hall, Symphony Space New York, Harvard University, Beethoven House Bonn, Academy of Music in Philadelphia, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Zink jazz bar New York and several others.

For an extended period of time, Nina Siniakova had collaborated with the leading American dance companies, such as New York City Ballet, American Ballet theater, and Philadelphia Ballet, Dance department at the Juilliard School.

Gifted public speaker, Siniakova has given talks, masterclasses and presentations at New York University, Tufts University, Ocean County College in New Jersey and StPetersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory. She has hosted numerous concerts and conferences. Founder of Metis Concert Series, she presented her first project "Have A Very Jazzy Christmas!" at Carnegie Hall in December 2013.

Nina Siniakova is a Doctor of Musical Arts. She is a graduate of Minsk Glinka Music College, St-Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory and Musikhochschule Cologne. Beside music she also studied acting professionally. 

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