- May 20, 2021
Nina Kennedy Invited to Present Lecture/Book Signing at Juilliard
I had an hour-long phone conversation with the Juilliard ERO director, who ultimately invited me to present a lecture and book-signing.
- Sep 27, 2020
What People are Saying About The Anne Gamble Kennedy 100th Birthday Celebration/Virtual Exhibit
"Congratulations to you for the excellent exhibit you produced in honor and memory of ANNE GAMBLE KENNEDY in celebration of her 100th B
- Sep 19, 2020
Anne Gamble Kennedy Virtual Exhibit To Launch September 25th
Anne Gamble Kennedy was born in Charleston, West Virginia on September 25th, 1920. Her parents were Dr. Henry Floyd Gamble of North Garden,
- Sep 12, 2020
"The Noshing with Nina Show" in Vienna, Austria!
In the show TNWNS visits to one of the oldest cathedrals in Central Europe, the summer palace of the Austro-Hungarian emperors, and the Vien
- Aug 8, 2020
Book Review of "Practicing for Love: A Memoir" by Nina Kennedy
The title of this autobiographical story succinctly captures the central dilemma of the author’s life. A child prodigy classical pianist, Ni
- Jul 31, 2020
"The Noshing with Nina Show"
"The Noshing with Nina Show" is an award-winning cablecast produced by INFEMNITY Productions LLC at Manhattan Neighborhood Network
Dean and Petra Aldrich
- Jul 30, 2020
Love, Like Music: A Review of Nina Kennedy's "Practicing for Love: A Memoir"
“For those in the world of classical music, Kennedy’s book is a winner. Her musical talent and technical achievements are obvious to anyone
- Jul 14, 2020
"Practicing for Love" Versus Mary Trump, John Bolton, Michael Cohen, et al
In my book ("Practicing for Love: A Memoir"), which has not sold hundreds of thousands of copies, I wrote about pianist and matria
- Jul 6, 2020
What People Are Saying About "Practicing for Love: A Memoir" by Nina Kennedy
"Nina Kennedy, an African American concert pianist who has lived and performed abroad, shares her unique challenges to success and surv
- Jul 3, 2020
Metropolitan Opera: You're on Notice!
After decades of never hiring an African American conductor (or a woman conductor, for that matter), the Metropolitan Opera thinks it can wi