Nozomi Khudyev Practicing Musician Piano Teacher2020-10-07T23:35:03+00:00


Nozomi Khudyev

Nozomi Khudyev

Practicing Musician’s Piano Teacher
Accompanist – The Juilliard School


Short Bio

Hi!  I’m Nozomi Khudyev – Practicing Musician’s piano teacher. Although I was born in Japan, I moved to the United States for high school and have lived here ever since.  I love playing and teaching piano, both of which have allowed me to travel the world and meet amazing people.


Music is the universal language that allows everyone to relate, communicate, and unite together, which is what the world currently truly needs. That’s why music education is important – it enables people to relate, communicate, and unite in a clearer, deeper, and more meaningful way.

Music Education History

The Juilliard School (MM)
University of Michigan (BM)
Interlochen Arts Academy (High school)

In addition to my personal music education, I’ve had the privilege of being the studio pianist at the The Coleman Violin Studio, one of the premier violin studios in the nation.  Coleman violin students have won the International Menuhin Junior Competition and the Stradivarius International Violin Competition, performed as soloists with the Seattle Symphony, and participated in Juilliard’s Starling DeLay Symposium and the New York String Orchestra Seminar at Carnegie Hall.  I have also taught piano and acted as a collaborative pianist at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy, the nationally renowned fine arts boarding school I attended for high school.  Finally, I was a staff pianist at The Colburn Conservatory of Music, a world-renowned and highly selective program, as well as an accompanist at The Juilliard School.

Performance Highlights

I have had the privilege of playing both collaborative and orchestral piano at these amazing concert halls:

Carnegie Hall in New York

Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York

John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC

Benaroya Hall in Washington state

Keyaki Hall in Tokyo Japan.

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