Harumi Fuuki（Composer, Arranger, Pianist）
Harumi was born in Osaka, Japan. She started studying piano at the age of four and composition at the age of twelve. Harumi entered Kunitachi College of Music where she received her bachelor's degree and her master's degree in music composition. She graduated top of her class. When she was a student, she was awarded prizes for her music in many competition; 26th Gen-on Composer Competition, 16th Tokyo Chamber Music International Composition Prize, Percussion Museum Competition, and TIAA Japan Composer Competition. Haurmi participated MOTUS Summer Atelier in Paris, and later she studied under Denis Dufour.
She has been composing music for many films, TV drama, TV commercial and animation. Harumi especially gained a reputation as an international composer when a movie, "Chronicle of My Mother," won a second prize at Montreal World Film Festival in 2011. Her other works include musical scores for "Early Autumn (TV drama)" which won awards at Hugo Television Competition and Monte-Carlo Television Festival, "String Phone (short movie)" which won a grand prize at Thailand International Film Festival, "Kyoto Uzumasa Story" which is a special movie for Hong Kong International Film Festival, and more. Harumi used orchestra with Japanese traditional instruments for the music for a TV drama, "Hanayome-no-Ren," and the sound attracted many viewers.