The violinist Keiko Yamaguchi was born in Tokyo. She studied under Takashi Shimizu at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and later in Basel under Adelina Oprean and Gérard Wyss.
Studying under Giuliano Carmignola, Keiko Yamaguchi gained her soloist diploma from the Lucerne School of Music, graduating with distinction. She then studied the baroque violin under Chiara Banchini at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, part of the FHNW Academy of Music in Basel. During her studies in Japan, she received valuable musical guidance from the Amadeus Quartet and Yasuro Sumi.
Keiko Yamaguchi is a member of the Ensemble Amaltea and performs as a duo with Rosario Conte. With a predilection for chamber music on historical and classical instruments, her repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary music.
She loves nature and spends her free time between the mountains and the sea.