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Daisuke Ehara

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Daisuke Ehara

Biography

Daisuke Ehara (b. 1982, Tokyo) is a Japanese composer.

After graduating from Tokyo College of Music , he completed a master's degree at Tokyo University of the Arts and began his career as a composer. His representative work, The Restless Soul, won the first prize at the 1st All Japan Brass Band Composition Competition held in 2008 and was adopted as a set piece for the 2009 All Japan Band Competition. Since then, his works gain a good reputation both at home and abroad. His activities range from classical music, contemporary music, wind band music, pops, game music, and orchestration to a wide range of genres. He was the first prize winner in the 2008 1st All-Japan Band Association Competition, and in 2016 he received the 27th Asahi Composition Award.


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