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Nozomi Lyn, a New York City-based artist, is a 22-year-old Film Composer, Singer-Songwriter, Multi- instrumentalist, and Producer of Japanese and Chinese descent. Originally hailing from Tokyo, Japan, she possesses a strong foundation in classical piano and is proficient in playing the guitar and ukulele. At present, Nozomi is lending her piano arrangement talents to forthcoming Broadway Musical productions. As of 2023, she has officially become a composer and songwriter with Universal Music Publishing Group China.
Growing up, moving from Japan to China, then Canada, and finally the United States, her compositions reflect a diverse fusion of cultural influences. Nozomi possesses a wealth of experience in composing for a wide range of visual media, including short films, animation, and documentaries. Her expertise extends to seamlessly merging the realms of traditional orchestral instruments, synth/electronic sounds, and cultural instruments in her compositions. Whether working exclusively with orchestral instruments or crafting music solely from synth/electronic elements and cultural instruments, she exhibits a versatile command over her craft. Additionally, she has the ability to integrate her own vocals into her scores, adding a distinctive dimension to her musical storytelling.
She embarked on her songwriting journey at the age of 11, and by the age of 14, she had already established herself as both a performer and a recording artist. In 2016, she introduced her debut single, 'Future is Now,' followed by her debut EP 'WEST COAST' in the summer of 2018. In the year 2020, Nozomi commenced work on her upcoming tracks with Grammy-nominated producer Joseph Magee (Miley Cyrus, Whitney Houston, Pitch Perfect soundtrack). Her singles ‘3 am’, 'things i never said', 'komorebi', and 'dancing to the blues' are four of the songs she recorded at Joseph Magee’s studio in Nashville.
In addition to her roles as a composer, recording artist, and performer, Nozomi holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Business from New York University. Currently, she is pursuing her Master of Music in Screen Scoring at NYU, under the guidance of the renowned five-time Emmy Award-winning composer, orchestrator, and producer, Jamie Lawrence.
Nozomi has been invited to sing an a capella solo of the Canadian National Anthem for the BC Lions Football Game at the BC Place Stadium. She has also toured in China and performed at various venues around Vancouver, BC.