Co-director of Keio University Collegim Musicum, Conductor and Director of vocal part of the Collegium.
Nozomi Sato earned his PhD in Musicology from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2005 and is currently professor of musicology at Keio University. He obtained his BA and MA in musicology from Tokyo University of the Arts and also also studied at graduate level at the University of Cologne and the Ruhr University Bochum. His publications include The Typology of Instrumental Music in German Music Theory Writings, ca. 1650–1750 (2005), Rethinking Baroque Music (2017), as well as articles on music theology, education, and other scholarly topics. He was trained as practical musician. He is directing vocal section of Keio University Collegium Musicum including its Academy Vocal Ensemble. He is also organist of Asagaya Church, Tokyo.