Born in Vienna into a Hungarian family, pianist Nina Violetta Paul received her musical education from Viktoria Shvihlikova and Elisabeth Dvorak Weisshaar in the preparatory class for piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. As a fellow of the Baylor Foundation, University Texas, she studied concert piano with Krasimira Jordan in the US and already gathered her first professional experience as an accompanist there.
Further education with David Lutz and John Kropfitsch in Lied and instrumental accompaniment at the Konservatorium Wien, with respective honours degree. After completion of IGP (instrumental and vocal pedagogy) studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts with Jochen Köhler she specialized in professional vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
Accompanist at competitions, master classes and various opera productions.
Musical assistant at the Summer Festival in Langenlois 2011 and 2012 under Uwe Theimer.
Performances, amongst others, in the Vienna Musikverein, the Vienna Konzerthaus and RadioKulturhaus Vienna
Tours of Japan, Britain, France, Hungary, USA, Syria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Belgium.
In 2006 she accompanied the laureate Daniel Johannsen at the Hilde Zadek competition.
Musical co-operation, inter alia, with soloists from the Vienna State Opera such as Simina Ivan, Günther Groissböck and Clemens Unterreiner and soloists of the Vienna Volksoper Rebecca Nelsen, Anita Götz and Michael Havlicek.
Since 2014 Nina Violetta Paul has a teaching position for piano accompaniment at the Institute of voice and musical theatre (Univesity of Performing Arts Vienna).
Linguistic proficiency: German, Hungarian, English, French, Italian