Motomi Tanaka, a soprano from Yokohama, Japan, embraces a broad range of repertoire from early music to contemporary music. Her interest in art songs and contemporary works has led her to participate in a number of master classes and music festivals, including Songfest, VISI, and Atlantic Music Festival. As an active recitalist, she has recently given full performances in New York, and at the former Sonoda House Concert Hall in Tokyo. She is a member of the Nikolai Kachanov Singers, the artists-in-residence at the Nicholas Roerich Museum. Motomi directs a choir, teaches piano/voice at Hamilton Madison House Music School, and is one of the soprano leaders at the Park Avenue Christian Church in NYC. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from Keio University, a Master of Music from Musashino Academia Musicae, and a Professional Studies Certificate at Manhattan School of Music.