Nathania Wibowo began her music education at a very young age, when she began her piano studies at Yamaha Music Indonesia. She was immediately fascinated by music and decided to dedicate her life to it. While finishing her degree in Architecture, she joined the Parahyangan University Choir where she gained experience in performing and competing both nationally and internationally. In 2010, she went on to pursue her education at Berklee College of Music, majoring in Voice Performance and Songwriting. Ms. Wibowo became one of the top ones and obtained the Berklee World Tour Scholarship and won the Curtain Up! Musical Theater Writing Competition both in 2012 and 2013.


After finishing her degree in Boston, she moved to New York City to join the BMI Musical Theater Workshop and continued to write music for musical theater. She was also the faculty member of a prestigious music institution in New York. With her guidance, her students have won several competitions, excelled in auditions, and earned perfect scores for New York State exams.


Ms. Wibowo is the composer of Night Tide The Musical, in collaboration with New York City-based playwright, Taylor Tash. Night Tide The Musical, received a staged reading in New York City in February of 2016 and off-Broadyway productions in New York Musical Festival, July 2017, with several sold out performances and great reviews from prestigious New York magazines and newspapers.


She founded LALITA MUSIC SCHOOL on August 2016, in Jakarta, Indonesia. Lalita Music School focused on giving opportunities for their students to perform and participate in concerts and musical theater productions. By designing a professional learning environment, she is confident that Lalita will bring positive contribution to music education in Indonesia.





“I've heard a number of Nathania Wibowo's songs and have admired her ease with melody and her sense of musicality. "Wanderlust Queen" is a well written up-tempo song, handled with a feeling for playfulness and sophisticated fun. "Something Went Wrong" weaves a sweet melody around dark harmonies to create a stirring emotional mood. Nathania applies her extensive education and background in the theatre with sincere diligence and devotion. I can also say that she is a delightful person to know and a dedicated collaborator with her lyricists.”

-Frederick Freyer, BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop


“I LOOOOOOOOOOOVE the music!! It has the integrity of a musical, but is just serving what is there...and what is there is its own thing. "Blazing Trails" is exciting - hopeful, melodic, folky, and feels like the beginning of a journey.”

-Joe Barros,  Director of Insult To Injury, 

Artistic Director of New York Theatre Barn

“…she impressed me with her creativity and theatricality in her songwriting… The duet "Little Dreamers" features captivating melodies, a rhytmic accompaniment, and fresh harmonies, all perfectly suited to an older character and a younger ingénue. "That's Where Babies Come From," a song of two gay fathers talking to their daugther, features hilarious one-liners and an especially good song concept.”

-Kevin Bleau,  Jury of Curtain Up! Berklee College of Music