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OSCAR PETERSON CONCERT HALL, Concordia University, Loyola Campus
Montreal, QC
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Pianiste accomplie, compositrice et interprète, Nathalie Khoriaty produit chez son auditoire un réel ravissement en créant une musique superbement complexe qui suscite de riches sensations et une véritable passion avec en filigrane une pointe mélancolique.

Nathalie s'est vouée à la musique depuis le début de sa formation en piano classique, à l'âge de cinq ans.  Tout au long de sa carrière elle a reçu plusieurs prix dans des festivals et gagné maintes compétitions.  Dès l'âge de quinze ans, elle a commencé à s'intéresser au chant et même à l'écriture du chant.  La poursuite de sa passion pendant plus d'une vingtaine d'années lui a permis d'accéder à divers contrats et postes, tels que celui de pianiste résidente au Fairmont Château Laurier à Ottawa pendant treize années consécutives.

Au cours des dernières années, Nathalie a dû surmonter une perte terrible, celle de sa voix de chanteuse.  Il aurait alors été difficile de concevoir que cette perte dévastatrice allait lui permettre de découvrir un superbe don pour composer une musique moderne très complexe et fort belle de piano instrumental, dans la même veine que Yann Tiersen.  Inspirée par ses racines classiques, elle devint de plus en plus motivée et déterminée à poursuivre sa nouvelle voie.  Elle put ainsi répondre rapidement à un nouvel appel de la musique, encore plus significatif pour elle.  En octobre 2014, Nathalie fut mandatée pour composer une partition originale pour un court métrage sur Charlie Chaplin et pour l'exécuter en direct au festival international de films de Syracuse.  Les critiques furent enthousiastes.

Ne ratez pas l'occasion d'entendre le vaste répertoire de pièces pour piano de Nathalie Khoriaty alors qu'elle se produit solo à la salle de concert Oscar Peterson.


Nathalie Khoriaty is an accomplished pianist, composer and performer who transports the listener into a new realm by creating exquisitely intricate music that exudes rich feeling and genuine passion with an undertone of melancholy.

Nathalie has been dedicated to music since she began classical piano training at the age of five.  Throughout her classical career she received prizes from many festivals and competitions.  At the age of fifteen she began to develop an interest in singing and songwriting.  Pursuing her passion for over twenty years led her to many notable engagements, such as being the resident pianist at the Fairmont Château Laurier in Ottawa for thirteen consecutive years.  

In recent years, Nathalie has had to overcome losing her singing voice.  It would have been hard to foresee that this devastating loss would lead her to discover her immense gift for composing beautifully complex modern instrumental piano music, in the same vein as Yann Tiersen.  Inspired by her classical roots, she became motivated and determined to pursue her new path and was soon able to find a deeper musical purpose.  In October of 2014, Nathalie was commissioned to compose an original score for a Charlie Chaplin short film and to perform it live, to rave reviews, at the Syracuse International Film Festival.  

Don't miss the opportunity to experience Nathalie Khoriaty's expansive repertoire of piano pieces as she performs unaccompanied on piano alone at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall.

"Nathalie's music transports the listener across her medium to evoke color and brush strokes.  Her craft is expressed with nuance and texture.  Her artistry seems inspired by occasional flights of impressionism.  The eighty-eight piano keys are her canvas and on it she dabs, layers, washes and blends her notes with all the abandon of a life lived and a soul that is searching.  Had she not chosen to apply her brilliance as a composer and performer, one imagines she would have, just as surely, been a painter of the highest order."

              John Leblanc - Director of Aurora Chorealis

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OSCAR PETERSON CONCERT HALL, Concordia University, Loyola Campus (View)
7141 Sherbrooke Street W.
Montreal, QC H4B 1R6



Minimum Age: 3
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: Nathalie Khoriaty
On BPT Since: May 16, 2019
Nathalie Khoriaty

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