Yui Kitamura composes solo, chamber, and orchestral music from classical to musical theatre. Her works have been performed at such venues as New York’s Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and Joe’s Pub, Berlin’s Akademie der Künste, Kiev’s National Catholic Cathedral, and Tokyo’s Sumida Triphony Hall and Suntory Hall. Her music was nominated for a 2011 Hollywood Music in Media Award in the classical/orchestral genre and her song “Omoide” was performed by world renowned bassist Gary Karr for the Emperor and Empress of Japan as well as at the Sendai Classic Festival in Japan. Her latest album “Story+Music Collection Vol. 1” (Mustravel) was released in Japan in January 2018. Ms. Kitamura is currently Artistic Director of MuSE (Multicultural Sonic Evolution). She holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in composition from The Juilliard School and a Master of Fine Arts from New York University’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at the Tisch School of the Arts. 

"Lily of the Valley" by Yui Kitamura