Haruna Miyake (三宅 榛名 Miyake Haruna?, born 20 September 1942 in Tokyo) is a Japanese pianist and composer who also uses the name Haruna Shibata. She was born in Tokyo and studied music there, making her debut as a pianist at age 14 playing Mozart with the Tokyo Symphony orchestra. She continued her studies at the Juilliard School of Music in New York City, and afterward worked as a pianist and composer, touring in the United States. She often collaborates with pianist and composer Yuji Takahashi. Her composition Poem for String Orchestra received the Edward Benjamin Award.
Miyake combines Japanese and Western idiom, and often uses traditional Japanese instruments in her compositions. Selected works include:
- Why Not, My Baby? for soprano, piano and trumpet
- Piano Concerto
- Fantasy for Milky Way Railroad
- Phantom of a Flower