Pianist Yoko Nozaki has appeared at such festivals as Mostly Mozart, Ravinia, Ojai, and Tanglewood. She collaborates frequently with her husband, pianist Emanuel Ax, and together they have performed at the Freer Gallery in Washington, D.C., at Symphony Hall in Boston, at Lincoln Center's Great Performers series, and have toured with Jamie Laredo and the Brandenburg Ensemble. Other appearances with Mr. Ax include the 92nd Street Y, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and performances with the orchestras of St. Louis, Minnesota, Detroit, Cleveland, the Blossom Festival, and Tanglewood. She made her Ravinia Festival debut in a performance of the Mozart Three-Piano Concerto with Mr. Ax and Christoph Eschenbach. Future plans include performances of the Mozart concerto in several North American cities. As a young girl, she studied at the Toho School of Music and, after immigrating with her family to North Carolina, was granted a scholarship to study with Irwin Freundlich at The Juilliard School. Ms. Nozaki lives in New York City with her husband and their two children, Joseph and Sarah.