An accomplished violinist and pianist with a history of performing on stage at top classical venues (The Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Albert, RAM Duke's Hall) and London nightclub venues (Café De Paris, Shoreditch House, 24:London).

Kimi dreamed of being a musician from the age of 8 and after playing violin for two months! As a student she was awarded a fine instrument loan and was appointed leader of the Hertfordshire Schools' Symphony Orchestra. Simultaneously, she led four other top orchestras of Hertfordshire, touring Barcelona and playing solo in Barcelona Cathedral and RAM Duke's Hall. Upon leaving for university she was awarded the most promising musician award and won the Joe Selo Ensemble Competition leading ‘The Cabaret Quartet'.

Going on to study at RHUL with a Founders' Scholarship she graduated with a Bmus(Hons) degree, specialising in solo performance (taught at GSMD by Prof. Mark Knight), and quartet performance.