Yusuke Fujimori was born in Japan in 1987.
He began studying the violin at the age of six. In Hisako Tsuji Strings School he studied under Hisako Tsuji and Yoko Kitaura.
In 1997, Mr. Fujimori won 1st prize in the Kumagusu Music Concour and performed in Gala concert in Wakayama Japan. Also he won a Runner-up Award of Excellence in the 55th Fukuyama Music Concour.
In 2000, he has won 1st prize in the Takatsuki Music Concour, Award of Most Excellnce, and Takatsuki Educational Committee Award. In 2002, Mr. Fujimori performed in the Deep Classic New Year Concert and received Jury Spercial Award. In 2005, Mr. Fujimori was invited to perform the Tzigane by Ravel with Seoul Foreign School Orchestra as a guest soloist in Seoul.
In 2009, he made his debut playing the Beethoven Violin Concerto with Kansai Phikharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Sachio Fujioka. In 2011 he is recipient of first prize at Marlow Music Festival in UK. He graduated a Bachelor of Music in 2011 and Master of Music in 2012 on a scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music, under the tutelage of Richard Deakin. He learned orchestra arrangements and conducting. Also he actively performs Pop music. He has performed with Japanese famous pop singer Jyongri and famous pop violinist Daisuke Kadowaki.
Now Mr. Fujimori is an assistant teacher of Hisako Tsuji Strings School.