Keri holds a PhD in Musicology from King’s College London and the University of Hong Kong. Her doctoral research focuses on Joseph Haydn, 18th-century sensibility, and keyboard music. Her writing has been published or is forthcoming in Music & Letters, International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music, and Journal of Musicology. Her other research interests include musical semiotics, the changing aesthetics and ideological associations of the keyboard fantasia, and philosophies of music. Her work seeks to cross the boundaries of music, history, philosophy, theology, and literature.
Keri received her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Southern California. She also studied at Royal College of Music, where she obtained her Master of Performance in Piano and was awarded the Evelyn Tarrant Award for the Artist Diploma programme.
Keri will be lecturing at both the University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Baptist University in this coming fall semester.