Nominjin

Nominjin is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural singer, hit songwriter, actress and MC. She has performed in more than 15 countries as a soloist in front of audiences of up to 70,000 people at world renown venues such as Tokyo’s Ajinomoto Stadium and Carnegie Hall. She speaks 4 languages and sings in 15 languages.

In addition to more than a dozen #1 hits in her native country of Mongolia, Nominjin’s other accomplishments include being featured on John Lennon’s tribute album Peace, Love & Truth. by Yoko Ono/EMI in 2005. In 2007, Nominjin’s version of “Take Me To Your Heart” that she recorded with the National Morin Khuur Ensemble of Mongolia was included on the EMI album “Love: Best of Ten Years” alongside multi-platinum selling artists such as Christina Aguilera, Toni Braxton, Norah Jones and Ricky Martin.

She was selected also one of PETA’s sexiest vegetarian celebrities two years running.

Two-time Grammy-winning composer Christopher Tin invited Nominjin to perform at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium as a soloist in 5 languages (Mongolian, Japanese, Chinese, Farsi, and Sanskrit) with a 600-person choir and 300 person orchestra.New York concert reviewers praised Nominjin for her soulful voice and passionate performance. Mr. Tin’s album “A Drop That Contained The Sea” which Nominjin was a part of with her original Mongolian poem inspired by ancient Mongolian poetry “Tsas Narand Uyarna” debuted at #1 on Billboard Classical charts in May, 2014. She also performed as soloist at the Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall as part of Mr. Tin’s 2016 concert “Calling All Dawns”.

On May 23 of 2015, Nominjin was appointed as a  Goodwill Envoy for Public Diplomacy  by Yun Byung-se, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Korea, for the term of two years. She resides in West Hollywood, California and Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.