Miura Kazuma started the bandoneon at the age of ten and studied with Komatsu Ryota. In 2006, he met Néstor Eude Marconi, the world's best bandoneonist, at the Beppu Argerich Music Festival. Miura earned his travel expenses to go to Argentina by selling the CDs he made for himself. Since then, he has been studying under Marconi. Miura won Second Prize at the 2008 International Piazzolla Competition as the first Japanese and the youngest in the history of the competition. In 2014, he received the Idemitsu Music Award. In 2017, Miura formed the Tokyo Grand Soloists, a chamber orchestra of his own. In 2018, he went on a Quinteto tour that held concerts at eleven venues nationwide commemorating the release of his latest CD Libertango. The tour was a great success. Miura draws much attention from various spheres as a young, talented bandoneonist.