Felicia started playing the piano at the age of 5 in Taiwan. Her teachers include Prof. John Vaughan (Taipei), Prof. Mikhail Kazakevich (London), and Prof. Christopher Oakden (Hannover). She was a finalist in the International Competition for Outstanding Piano Amateurs in Paris (2008) and the 2nd prize winner of Claviarium (2012, Moscow). In recent years she regularly performs recitals in Germany and France at venues such as Gasteig (Munich), Steinway-Haus München, Bechstein Centrum (Düsseldorf, Köln), Fritz Thyssen Foundation (Köln), and the Théâtre du Châtelet (Paris).
As a scientist, Felicia studied Psychoacoustics of string instrument at Cambridge University, UK and later Cognitive Neuroscience of Music at University of London. She completed her PhD at the Institute of Music Physiology and Musicians’ Medicine at the University for Music, Drama and Media in Hannover, Germany, with research on the sensorimotor integration of pianists. She is currently a post-doc researcher at the European Neuroscience Institute Göttingen, Germany.