About

Hiroshi Ebina is a sound artist, gagaku musician and photographer in Japan. From 2014, he spent nearly 4 years in New York City to pursue his music and photograph. Hiroshi studied hichiriki and biwa, traditional gagaku instruments, and dance under the guidance of musicians from the Imperial Household Agency. He also explores scenic sounds using guitar, modular synthesizer and acoustic instruments, as well as found objects and field recordings. Serendipity is quintessential part of his unique soundscapes, as though they incorporate sound and silence that emerge and disappear as though by chance. In June 2018, he released his lated album “Evanescent,” and “Bergen” from The Ambient Zone in November 2018.

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