Old First Concerts


 
Hatem Nadim
 
Mr Nadim was born in Cairo (Egypt). At age ten, he entered the Cairo Conservatoire, where he studied solo piano with R. Yassa, V. Fedorovtzew and V. Samaliotow and graduated with honors.

Later, as a music scholarship winner at the University at Frankfurt (Germany), he continued his post-graduate studies in chamber music and vocal accompaniment, with Professors Joachim Volkmann and Rainer Hoffmann, where he earned his degree.

From 1989 to 1996 he held the position of faculty member at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz teaching solo piano.

In 1989 he accepted the coveted position as faculty member at the University of Music in Mannheim, where his responsibilities included those of collaborative pianist, chamber music coach and piano accompaniment teacher.

In September 2006, Mr. Nadim was appointed staff accompanist at California State University in Fresno.

Hatem Nadim has performed extensively throughout Europe, the United States, Korea and the Middle East, and is recognized as one of Germany’s leading chamber music pianists. He has performed chamber music with some of the most renowned performing artists including Leslie Parnas, Arto Noras, Michael Flaksman, Susanne Rabenschlag, Jean-Michel Tanguy, Michael Hasel, the Verdi Quartet, Herrmann Voss and Helene Joseph-Weil.

Mr. Nadim has several recordings, the latest of which is a complete collection of the Mozart Violin Sonatas and Variations with the German violinist, Susanne Rabenschlag.
 
O1C Performances:
    Michael Edwards, Michael Flaksman & Hatem Nadim
    A Schubert Liederabend
    Jazz Infusion
    The Art of American Song
    Robin Fisher & Hatem Nadim – CANCELED