Ami Fujiwara studied at the High school of music, annex to the Faculty of Music of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. She furthered her study at the university and also at Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et Dance de Paris, where she graduated with the unanimous 1st prize in the piano course. She received the 1st prize at the 3rd Concours international de piano d’Orleans in 1998 during her stay in France. She was vigorously engaged in her performance activities, appearing in concerts in various locations and at music programs of Radio France as a soloist and accompanist. She participated in the Academy of Ensemble Intercontemporain in Paris by David Robertson and George Benjamin. She also played as a soloist with Sapporo Symphony Orchestra in 1995, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra in 1999 and Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra in 2017. Now based in Tokyo. She is active in performing solo and chamber music. She is engaged in the first performance in Japan of many works. In 2009 she performed at “Boulez in Kyoto”. She is a member of Tokyo Sinfonietta and Ensemble sans-limite. She has released eight solo album CD. Currently she serves as an instructor for Tokyo College of Music and Nihon University College of Art.