Tomomi Nishimoto studied Symphonic and Opera Conducting at the Saint Petersburg State Conservatory. She is a Japanese conductor and current Executive Producer of the Olympus Hall Hachioji. Following her role as Chief Conductor and Artistic Director for the Russian Symphony Orchestra of the Tchaikovsky Foundation, she continued her success in Europe with ensembles, including the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, British Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Hungarian State Opera House, Odessa National Opera and Ballet and Prague State Opera. Nishimoto made her American debut in 2010 at Carnegie Hall with the American Symphony Orchestra. In 2011, she performed with the Westchester Philharmonic Orchestra. In that same year, she served as the Principal Guest Conductor of the State Symphony Orchestra of Russia (Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra). This September, she will become a Music Partner with the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra and the Artistic Director/Principal Conductor for the IlluminArt Philharmonic Orchestra.