studied at the Eastman School of Music for his Bachelor’s degree under the Head of the Piano Department, Prof. Douglas Humpherys, and studied at the Indiana University with Prof. Reiko Neriki, and completed his master’s degree in University of British Columbia School of Music with Prof. Mark Anderson. He also has an Artistic Diploma degree at the Vancouver Academy of Music with Prof. Lee Kum-Sing. His previous private teachers include Kyung-Hee Choi, Sara Davis Buechner, and Kayoko Segawa.
As an active collaborator, he has participated in numerous chamber music ensembles and collaboration with other instruments. In Eastman, his chamber group was selected as Honors Chamber music group, invited as a representative of the University, playing on special occasions. He was known for collaborating with instrumentalists such Brass and wind instruments, especially Saxophone. He has been invited to accompany for a saxophonist at MTNA Competition held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2014. Edward was selected to be the pianist for the UBC Choral Union and Chamber Choir, playing extensively in UBC concert venues such as the Roy Barnett Recital Hall and the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. His recent collaboration focuses on Violin repertoire such as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, Sarasate, Elgar, Bartok and many more.