Born into a family of musicians, Nomin Samdan made her first public appearance at the age of 7 in her native Mongolia. Since then she has performed as a recitalist and chamber musician in Russia, Italy, Slovenia, Shanghai, France, US, Austria and most recently in “Vivace Vilnius” international music festival in Vilnius, Lithuania. She has won top prizes in the competitions in Mongolia, Russia, France and Spain.
Since age of 14 Ms. Samdan has been a soloist with the Mongolian National Opera and Ballet House Orchestra and Mongolian Philharmonic orchestra. Nomin has received the Mongolian Prime Minister Special Prize for the success in her field of study in 2000.
Ms. Samdan started her education at the Mongolian Music and Dance College. She later received an International Baccalaureate diploma, after attending the United World College of the Adriatic in Italy. There she had the privilege of studying with Alberto Miodini and Igor Cognolato as well as being coached by the Trio di Trieste and the Trio di Parma. In 2008 Nomin has received a full scholarship from the Boston Conservatory from where she has graduated with the Bachelor Degree with the highest point honor suma cum laude and Graduate Performance Diploma under the guidance of professor Ya-Fei Chuang. Ms. Samdan recently received a full scholarship from Boston University where she will be pursuing her Master’s Degree in collaborative piano.