Posted on 27 June 2017
by MMNY Staff
Wednesday June 21st was the 11th Annual Make Music New York, filled with beautiful, unique and exciting musical happenings. Keep […]
Hiroya Miura, a native of Sendai, Japan, has been active as a composer and performer in North America. Miura has composed works and installations for Speculum Musicae, New York New Music Ensemble, American Composers Orchestra, le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Juilliard Percussion Ensemble, Momenta Quartet, and members of Reigakusha (Japanese court music ensemble based in Tokyo), which were presented in venues and festivals such as Verbier Festival, Carnegie Hall's JapanNYC Festival, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, Smithsonian Institution’s Freer Gallery, Annenberg Center, Sendai Médiathèque, Vacances Percutantes (Marmande, France), Centro de Arte Pepe Espaliú (Córdoba, Spain), Centro Cultural Moca (Buenos Aires, Argentina), and Sogakudo Hall (Tokyo). He holds masters and doctoral degrees in composition from Columbia University, and currently is Associate Professor at Bates College.