Miho Nomura is a composer and producer credited with many entertainment music scores, including the DVD features of "Fantastic Four", "X-Men", "Spiderman”, “Stalag 17”, “Ray Harryhausen”, and "The Alien Quadrilogy" that won the DVD Exclusive Award. Her compositions have also been heard in many award winning TV show programs on E!, NBC, CNN, CNBC, MTV, and others [see Miho's compete credits on IMDb].
In parallel to her music career, Miho is the founder/CEO of Musikkverden Entertainment. Her diverse skills in both business and creative arts have enabled her to executive produce entertainment events and tours in Asia for Grammy award winning artists like Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire and more. Beyond entertainment, she has developed a vast network throughout the US, Europe and Asia, and has helped to realize and expand business opportunities around the globe.
In recent years, she has founded a mobile music school, iMusic Academy where she has utilized her unique perspectives to develop a new business model in providing music education and music therapy to private individuals and corporations. Her Academy is partnering with Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, accredited home schooling programs and prestigious private schools as well as offering customized mindfulness services to corporations. Through a rigorous selection process, she has contracted 102 highly qualified credentialed music professionals and 30 board certified licensed music therapists.
In 2015 she founded a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, iMusic United Foundation. The mission is to impact lives through music and to aim to enhance the longterm cultural development of communities by providing music education and music therapy to children, seniors, and others in need. Under her leadership, the foundation has successfully formed partnerships with LAUSD, Compton Unified School District, Inglewood Unified School District, HOLA/YOLA, UNHCR, Levitt Pavilion Foundation Conn-Selmer and many other influential organizations.
Many respected artists in the music industry have joined her organization such as Grammy Award winners, Terrace Martin (Producer of Kendrik Lamer), Marlon Williams (Snoop Doog), Terry Lewis (producer of Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey and Usher), Billy Osborne (producer of late Ray Charles) and Bobby Taylor (Bobby Taylor & The Vancouvers) . The organization is being funded by the ASES program (proposition 49, California Education Code (EC) 8482) and supported by large national corporations, local businesses in Los Angeles, individual donors and dedicated volunteers. iMusic United Foundation is enriching the lives of more than 1,500 students in the Greater Los Angeles area.
Miho currently serves on the advisory board at UCLA Center for Latino Arts (formally Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture), which is the first museum in the U.S. that showcases elements of Latino culture. She is also serving on the Arts Consortium Advisory Council for Compton Unified School District to advise the district on arts integration and on the advisory board at Make Music LA (Make Music Day, a free festival of music held every June 21st in more than 700 cities in 120 countries around the world.
Miho Nomura was born and raised in Japan. She earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Berklee College of Music, majoring in film scoring and jazz piano, receiving a scholarship for Excellence in Music and has won many awards for her outstanding performances playing organ. She also attended University of California, Los Angeles studying music composition with Academy Award winner Jerry Goldsmith. She also plays violin and has been member of Culver City Symphony Orchestra, MESTO Multi Ethnic Star Orchestra and Marina del Rey Summer Symphony Orchestra which was named the best music event of the westside in 2014, 2015 and 2016.