Ariane Miyasaki is a composer based in Schenectady, New York. She is chiefly interested in electroacoustic and acousmatic composition, though she is happy to write for acoustic instrumentations as well. Miyasaki recently completed her Master of Fine Arts in composition at Vermont College of Fine Arts. She also holds a Bachelor of Music from State University of New York at Potsdam, where she studied music theory and history, an Associate of Science and an Associate of Arts from Schenectady County Community College, where she majored flute performance and humanities and social science.

While attending classes at the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam, she studied electronic composition with Paul Steinberg. Most recently, she studied electroacoustic and acousmatic composition at VCFA under John Mallia and Michael Early.

Miyasaki remains active as a flutist. She regularly plays with the Glove City Winds and Capital Region Wind Ensemble, and frequently can be heard in other area ensembles and in the pit orchestras of local musical productions. Miyasaki studied flute with Kristin Bacchiocchi-Stewart, Norman Thibodeau, and Kenneth Andrews.