Nominjin has performed as a soloist at the World’s most famous stages such as Stern Auditorium of Carnegie Hall , David Geffen Hall of Lincoln Center as well as Llangollen Eistedfodd with The Welsh National Opera Orchestra. She is Mongolia’s first ever and only pop teen idol who launched her career at age 12 and has performed as a solo act in more than 15 countries in front of audiences of up to 70,000 people. She sings in 15 languages (English, Korean, Russian, Hindi, Chinese, French, Spanish, Japanese, Hebrew, Mongolian, Malayalam etc.).
She is a member of ASCAP and composes the music and lyrics (both English and Mongolian) for most of her songs.
“I don’t believe in being confined to a specific genre or sound; that’s why you will find me writing and performing in a broad range of musical genres. Music liberates the soul. I treasure freedom, therefore I create freely.” – Nominjin
Nominjin was appointed by Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se and served as the Goodwill Envoy for Public Diplomacy of the Republic of Korea from 2015-2017.
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In addition to more than a dozen #1 hits in her native country of Mongolia, Nominjin’s other accomplishments include John Lennon’s EMI tribute album “Peace, Love & Truth”, a solo track on EMI album “Love: Best of Ten Years” (alongside artists such as Christina Aguilera, Toni Braxton, Norah Jones and Ricky Martin) and tracks on several movies. Most recently she collaborated on a solo song with 2-time Grammy winning composer Christopher Tin and the Royal Philharmonic on the Billboard Classical chart #1 album “Drop That Contained The Sea”.