Marihiko Hara (b. 1983) is a composer residing in Kyoto, Japan. Graduated from the Department of Education, Kyoto University.
His main interest is to compose serene silence in music and to pursue his own texture of sounds, through electric/acoustic sounds and field recordings. He released the album “Landscape in Portrait” in 2017, mixing melodic piano and electric abstract sounds.
He produces music for theatre performances and collaborates with people involved in many fields, such as Ryuichi Sakamoto, “Vessel” by Damien Jalet and Kohei Nawa, Hideki Noda’s plays, Paris Fashion Week and Kabuki Theatre.
He has participated in an artist collective Dumb Type, Shiro Takatani’s performance “CHROMA”, “ST/LL” and Dumb Type Exhibition at Centre Pompidou Metz.