Sarah Keran Wei was born and started her piano learning at the age of five in China. There, she completed her early education, and at the age of thirteen, she traveled abroad to the US to study English and piano.
Sarah Keran Wei holds a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Bethany Lutheran College, where she studied under Dr. Bethel Balge, and she is currently pursuing her master’s degree in piano performance at the Minnesota State University, Mankato under Dr. David Viscoli.
Sarah has participated in a variety of performing events. She was invited to perform with Peter McGuire, Ken Freed, and Sharon Rodgers in the composer and Director of Operations at the Mankato Symphony Orchestra, Benji Inniger’s composition recital as well as being an accompanist for the Minnesota Valley Chorale and the Mankato Symphony Orchestra performance of “Carmina Burana” in 2017.
Not only did she performed and studied in the United States, but she had also accompanied college music skills class at the local university, Ningxia University in 2014. Later, she gave studio recitals in Yinchuan, China in 2019 and took a master class with Dr. Florian Uhlig at the Karl Marie Musik Hochschule in Dresden, Germany.