A native of Japan, Nozomi Khudyev has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral keyboardist at prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. An active collaborative pianist, she has appeared in concerts throughout Northern America, Europe, Central and East Asia.
Nozomi completed a bachelor of music degree in piano performance at the University of Michigan, where she was a recipient of the full-tuition merit scholarship, and a master of music degree in collaborative piano at The Juilliard School as the recipient of the Bernard and Leigh Seder, William Petschek Piano and Henrietta Quade Scholarships. In addition to Nozomi’s performance career, she has served as an Instructor of Piano and Collaborative Pianist at the Interlochen Arts Academy and worked as a staff pianist at The Colburn Conservatory. Outside of her music life Nozomi loves to spend her time with her husband and their beautiful daughters.