Megumi Nakamura began playing the harp at the age of 12, and has been making her career as solo harpist in Japan and overseas. Impassioned and dedicated to widen the repertoire for her instrument, she has made a wide range of arrangements for it in addition to introducing less-spotlighted works originally written for the harp. In 2022 she gave an All-Faure-Recital at Hamarikyu Asahi Hall, Tokyo, where she premiered her arrangement of “Requiem”, and will give a recital there the next year featuring Rachmaninoff, to commemorate his 150th birth anniversary. Her other highlighted performances in 2023 include premiering a work dedicated to her by maestro Johan de Meij, with Slovenian Armed Forces Wind Orchestra under his own baton.

Having a multi-faceted approach towards music making, she has also collaborated with artists of various artistic fields including the world-renowned ballerina Svetlana Zakharova, and her interdisciplinary interests in painting and literature, based on long-running and profound research, have led her to officially co-work with some of the major museums in Japan at their exhibitions. As for the recording she has released critically acclaimed solo albums from King International since 2016, one of the major labels in Japan.