Born in Kamakura, Takahiro Fujii grew up in Nakano city in Nagano, Japan.Began singing in choir at the age of six, he started playing the oboe when he was 13. He graduated from the Prefectural high school of Suzaka in March 1999 and entered Tokyo University of Fine and Music to study oboe in the instrument course.
His professional training for oboe was under the tutelage of the teaching maestros Hitoshi Wakui, Yoshiaki Obata, Atsuko Matsuyama, Yuu Kobayashi, Jana Brozkova, Satoki Aoyama, Prof.Ingo Goritzki, Prof.Maurice Bourgue. In addition, he studied both the baroque oboe under Masamitsu Sannomiya and Atsuko Ozaki, and conducting under Chiyuki Murakata.
Since his high school years, he has continuously been doing volunteer and guest work with amateur orchestras. In March, 2000 he received an invitation as guest soloist from the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra of Romania.2001 was also the year in which he founded the conceptual project 'Sweet Classic' to give friendlier, more accessible concerts to the public. This project has produced concerts for audiences in a number of cities, including Yokohama, Niigata and Nagano, all of which have given Mr. Fujii popular approbation.
As for the orchestra performance, from university forward he has been invited for performances, including as the guest principal oboist for the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, and also for many other leading orchestras such as the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Gunma Symphony Orchestra, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, and others.
In 2004, he joined the BACH COLLEGIUM JAPAN (MD:Masaaki Suzuki) to perform concerts and recordings. He was the solo Cor Anglais player during the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra's Asia/Europe concert tour in August 2005.
September 2005～2008, he had been the solo-oboist in the Hyogo Performing Arts Center (HPAC) Orchestra. He gave a solo performance in a concerto with the orchestra in April 2008 and also in the chamber music concerts with major musicians including Ton Koopman, Milan Turkovic, Toru Yasunaga, Hansjoerg Schellenberger and Shigenori Kudo.
Takahiro Fujii was invited to Germany for private lessons by Hansjörg Schellenberger, and he lived in his home in 2009. He continued his study and worked with H.Schellenberge.
In 2011, he had oboe recital tour in Japn
with Matthias Veit.
He join sometimes in Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra,Israel, Orchester Jakobsplatz München and Tiroler Festspiel Erl(MD:Gustav Kuhn) . Also he the member of associate player for Hyogo Performing Arts Center Orchestra,Japan.
His range of musical activities stretches beyond playing in full orchestras to areas including his solo/chamber music performances and musical directorship roles in the local orchestras groups. He lives in Munich-Germany.