Ami Fujiwara is graduated from Tokyo University of Arts and from the CNSM of Paris. She also won the First Prize of Tokyo University of Arts. In 1998, she got the First Prize of the 3rd International piano competition of Orleans in France. During her stay, she gave solo concerts in many places including one with the Orchestre de Radio France. Ami Fujiwara worked with David Robertson, George Benjamin and the Ensemble Intercontemporain.
In Japan, she played as solist with Sapporo Symphony Orchestra in 1995, with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra in 1999 and with Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra in 2017. Currently settled in Tokyo, she focus on solo piano and chamber music repertoire. In 2009, she played on the side of Pierre Boulez in Kyoto. She is member of the chamber orchestra “Tokyo Sinfonietta”. She published many recordings, including solo albums. She is the award-winning of “contemporary music” prizes of the 49th and 51st Japan Record Awards. She also teaches at the Tokyo College of Music and Nihon University College of Art.