Keri is a PhD candidate of the King’s College London – Hong Kong University Joint Musicology Programme. Her research focuses on the 18th-century, Haydn’s keyboard sonatas, and the culture of sensibility. She previously graduated as a Discovery Scholar under the tutelage of Norman Krieger at the University of Southern California. She also studied in Royal College of Music, where she obtained her Master of Performance and was awarded the Evelyn Tarrant Award. Keri was one of the 25 pianists chosen to compete in the 2017 Virginia Waring International Piano Competition. She has performed with Salzburg Junge Philharmonie, Coeur D’Alene Symphony, Hawaii Youth Symphony, and Antelope Valley Symphony.

She also loves reading theology, philosophy, and fantasy. See full bio.