Yoshie Nakayama is a composer, arranger, trombone player, singer as well as educator, based in Boston. People recognize her warm and jazzy Acappella productions. Yoshie’s creation varies from traditional Japanese songs, educational piano pieces, to jazz big band, orchestra, and so on. Some of Yoshie's works are stocked in the Japanese Library of Congress in Tokyo.
In 2002, Yoshie received a music teacher’s license in Japan when she graduated from one of the best music institutions in the country, Kunitachi College of Music with a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education.
She also graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston where she was awarded a scholarship and graduated with Summa Cum Laude in Contemporary Writing and Production along with the Achievement Award from the College.
The same year 2020, Yoshie also launched a global initiative, Songs for World Peace as a Co-Founder to promote peace through the power of music.
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