Tomoko Ozawa is a pianist and composer from Japan, raised in international settings. Her music crosses genre borders, combining lyricism with European contemporary classical music and rhythmic elements of Jazz. Her debut album “Gentian” produced by Vadim Neselovskyi, accentuates the insightful words of Emily Dickinson with instrumental compositions and playful improvisation. She was appointed as a guest artist at the annual conference of the Emily Dickinson International Society in 2015, and her album has been played on aired by internet radios and podcast in the US, UK and the Netherlands. Tomoko holds a B.A. in social sciences with a focus in international laws from the International Christian University in Tokyo, and is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and Longy School of Music, where she studied Jazz performance, composition and computer music.