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Nomi Abadi Keytar and Piano

Biography

Grammy®-nominated virtuoso pianist, singer, composer, activist, and inventor of the NORY® double keytar, Nomi Abadi started composing themes when she was four years old. She toured and performed as a guest soloist with numerous orchestras around the world as a child prodigy, notably as the youngest pianist ever with the Orange County Chamber Orchestra at age 5, and as pianist of the acclaimed Grammy-nominated album, “Sekou Andrew and the String Theory”. In 2019, Nomi joined Grammy® Winner, Lili Haydn, on tour in Portugal and Africa, where they headlined the Angola Jazz Festival. 

Nomi received her piano education from her father, a fourth-generation music teacher, and as a child at the Mannes School of Music (the New School) in New York City. She discovered her passion for acting and film when she was 12 years old, and currently studies under the guise of Gregory Berger-Sobek, former Yale Faculty film and private coach of Riz Ahmed and Academy Award Winner Lupita N’Yongo.

As a composer, Nomi has made music for over a dozen films and video games in America and Europe. Last year, Nomi composed the music, sound design, and contributed two voice overs for “The Clairvoyant”, a BOSE® video game featuring the company’s brand new AR hardware. 

As a trauma survivor and trauma education and healing advocate, Nomi formed the Female Composer Safety League, a nonprofit focused on creating safety and equality for composers of disenfranchised genders and race in the audio industry. FCSL is currently under the fiscal sponsorship of Echo Training, founded by trauma informed educator and Harvey Weinstein survivor, Louise Godbold. 

In late 2019, Nomi made her debut as a writer and director of the film, Roadkill, which she starred in. Her NORY® double keytar is now a finalist in the Musical Instrument Competition at Georgia Tech, and preparing for its TV debut in early 2021.