Hello Radio presenteert: singer en songwriter Neda Boin in een uniek miniconcert met interview en album presentatie The Light has Come
Neda Boin is een Nederlands talent met een internationale voice. Het mini concert is in het Engels, het interview in het Nederlands. Dit nieuwe album is van tevoren bestelbaar en kan na het evenement worden gesigneerd door Neda Boin.
The Light has Come - CD
It comes with a beautiful booklet with all the lyrics of the album so you can easily sing along and feel the healing of these songs on an even deeper level.The booklet is illustrated by beautiful paintings made by Willem Glaudemans
|Datum :||woensdag 10 april|
|Tijden :||14:00 - 15:00 uur|
|Locatie :||WestCord Fashion Hotel|
|Adres :||1 Hendrikje Stoffelsstraat|
|Postcode :||1058 GC Amsterdam|
Het bijwonen van dit unieke evenement is gratis na aanmelding per e-mail. Reserveer bijtijds, want vol is vol!
Neda, literally meaning ‘Inner Voice’, or ‘Voice for God’, discovered her musical talent at a young age.When she was five years old, she began, just like her mother who is a professional violin player, with playing the violin. However, singing was always her first love. Being too young for private singing classes she started with musicaltheater lessons when she was eight years old. This is where Neda learned to combine singing, with acting and dancing.
When she turned ten years old, she was finally old enough to start with singing lessons. Around the age of thirteen she learned to play the piano and developed a way to express herself by writing
her own songs.
In 2006 she won a national music contest with one of the first songs that she wrote. From then on, Neda started doing a lot of performances in the Netherlands.
In the summer of 2007 she toured through Kenya for orphanages, schools, slums and different tribes with a performance about HIV and AIDS. In the summer of 2008 she went to India to investigate child prostitution and give workshops and performances about women’s rights. It was then that she even more so experienced the power and universal language of music.
“I saw that making music wasn’t a goal for me anymore, it became a way to connect with people and touch their heart”, she says. A few years later she hitchhiked from The Netherlands all the way down to South Africa.
“The songs I was writing were mostly inspired by the injustice I saw during my travels. They were songs about wanting to change the world.” But when in 2010, at age 20, A Course in Miracles came into her life, slowly but surely a shift started to happen. Instead of focusing on changing the world, she started training her own mind so she could be the example of love and peace she so badly wanted to see outside herself.
End of december 2013 Neda won both the audience and the jury price of the Music Matters Awards, which made her the music ambassador of Rotterdam for one whole year.
Shortly after, Neda graduated on the music conservatory of Rotterdam for her Bachelor of Music. She successfully released her first EP ‘When Lambs Become Lions’ in October 2014. She also started giving songwriting workshops in juvenile prison, which she is currently still doing not only in Holland, but also across The States. She gave a big concert in San Quentin state prison in 2018.
In 2015 Neda convinced all four coaches of The Voice of Holland to turn their chairs around for her, and she made it all the way to the last eight contestants.
Thinking she would never write or sing songs that would have Christian terminology in them, after practicing A Course in Miracles for little over 3 years something strange happened; She woke up one morning feeling as if she was pulled towards the piano where the Course in Miracles workbook lesson was lying open on lesson 124: ‘Let me remember I am one with God’. Words and melody’s came pouring through her and before she knew it, there was a whole song with lyrics coming from that workbook lesson. The same thing happened everyday for two weeks until she had enough ‘Course songs’ to fill a whole album, which turned into her award winning debut album; ‘The Light Has Come’.