Nozomi Kanda has performed in many countries, including Belgium(Flagey, MIM, Festival des Midi-Minimes, Ars Musica, Festival Mozart, Festival de Wallonie) , Spain, France, Luxembourg, Norway, Tunisia and her home country Japan.

During her studies in Japan under Yukihiko Nishizawa who was expert for the contemporary Japanese composer's works, Nozomi developed an interest in the shinobue, a traditional Japanese flute, and studied with Kohei Nishikawa, who has a high reputation in this field. Nozomi also regularly gives Japanese music concerts with ensembles that include Japanese instruments.

As a chamber musician, she performed together with a broad range of artists, including her ex-professeur Marc Grauwels, Pascal Moraguès, Francis Orval, Sylvain Creemers, as well as Didier Poskin, Alexander Dmitriev, Koenraad Hofman and many others. She released a CD entitled "4 Reasons" with 4tempi, the 20 century's works with viola, cello, double bass and harp, and the album  with Tokyo-Bruxelles Trio.

She also gave her workshops, seminars, masterclasses in France, Norway and Japan. She regularly gives Japanese flute seminar in Paris.

Nozomi regularly writes articles for a Yokohama newspaper as well as the online magazine BEL2.