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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:Canadian
  • Language:English
  • Pages:40
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781543964684

Poems and Art

Inspiring Poetry and Moving Artworks

by Nina Soyfer

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This story starts out dark but ends with beautiful enlightenment and love. The artworks are by the poet and they reflect the mood of each poem.
This publication is a collection of poems and artworks that were inspired by mythology, real life events, and the path of self-mastery.
About the author
Dr. Nina Soyfer is a prize-winning poet and a prize-winning visual artist who created the Integrated Arts Method (TM) as part of her doctoral dissertation to teach her skills to others. Please visit for more details. Over the past decade, Nina Soyfer performed Chopin, Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, and Debussy all over the world – from Canada to Ukraine, from America to Israel: and she loves to inspire all generations with classical music. She is a prize-winning pianist, painter, musician, and composer who was born in Ukraine. Her style of composition ranges from classical to pop, and from minimalist to impressionistic. She is a composer on music royalty-free website Ponds 5, and a commercial artist/composer on CD Baby, Itunes, Spotify, Amazon, and all major networks and stores internationally. CV Published in the International Journal of Contemporary Composition (IJCC) (i.e., article, Vol., 3, 2012, pp. 23-51, ISSN 2304-4098) Dancer/soloist, drummer, and singer/song writer with ADE annual Humanity in Harmony Festival: An Interdisciplinary Expressive Culture Performance Collaboration (IECPC) Western Harmony Teaching Assistant/Tutorial Leader, Marker Grader At York University (Winter 2013) Thomas W. Doherty Prize in Piano (Apr. 2008) Prize-Winner Visual Atist of "Israel in Dance and Colour" (June 2003) Released album Radiant Classics with David Jaeger and Doug Doctor as producer and engineer (respectively) as an artist signed with Really Records record label. Published five separate compositions on Itunes: 1. Wonderous Meditation (link below) 2. Healing (live) (link below) 3. Spring in Fall (link below) 5. Bandura in G (link below) Review from Whole Note: "The disc opens with Beethoven's 32 Variations on an Original Theme in C Minor WoO 80 and closes with his Appasionata Sonata. The Variations demand many changes in mood and the sonata depends greatly on the convincing delivery of the first movement's heroic theme. Soyfer comes to these works with an unerring sense of who Beethoven is in all his emotional complexity, and creates an experience that is both authentic and profound." Alex Baran Read full review here: Nina's music is available on youtube, with lowered resolution, for preview. To inquire about music lessons, or online lessons, please contact Nina Soyfer at
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