INFEMNITY Productions Takes "The Noshing with Nina Show" to Vienna, Austria

The sounds of Strauss waltzes will be in the background for The Noshing with Nina Show during the month of August, as INFEMNITY Productions crosses the Atlantic to film in the Austrian capital. Host Nina Kennedy has been invited to perform in the beautiful Bösendorfer Salon, and INFEMNITY Productions will be on hand to record the event for posterity.

Vienna, Austria

The New York Times called Kennedy "a fine pianist," and described her playing as being "sensuous and piquant" in the review of her New York Debut Recital at Lincoln Center. She is a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Solo Recitalist Fellowship.

Nina Kennedy
Nina resided in Vienna for several years after she graduated from the Juilliard School. She was presented in her Vienna Debut at the world-famous Musikverein (from which the annual New Year's concert presented by the Vienna Philharmonic is broadcast), as piano soloist with the Chicago Sinfonietta in performances of Gershwin in the opening night concert of the Jeunesse Musikalisches Festival.

We will also be spending a week in London promoting the release of our new single titled "Blue White and Red," featuring American rapper and lyricist Nejma Nefertiti. Kennedy accompanies Nefertiti with fragments of classical music over Hip hop or "Trap" beats, thus coining the genre Classical Trap or "Trapsical." Nina will also be retracing the steps of her maternal grandmother Nina Hortense Clinton, who traveled to the U.K. as a nineteen-year-old soprano with the Fisk Jubilee Singers in 1900.

You can watch clips of past episodes of The Noshing with Nina Show at The show highlighting our trip to Vienna will air early next season. 

Schönbrunn Palace, where young Mozart met and fell in love with young Marie Antoinette


  1. Beautiful! Have a wonderful and safe journey. Can't wait to see the performances when you return!


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