Born in Tokyo, Japan. Keiko Nagahama started her musical studies at the age of 3.

She graduated from Toho-Gakuen High School of Music(piano) and Toho-Gakuen College of Music(piano). She also studied chamber music, piano accompagniment, conducting and pedagogy.

After awarded the 1st prize at the CNR Rueil-Malmaison in the Class of Chantal Riou, she completed her studies at the cycle supérieur in the class of Olivier Gardon at the Concervatoire Supérieur de Paris(CRR) and also studied chamber music under F.Pennetier, M.F.Giret and piano accompaniment under Christine Rouault-Louchart.

She is member of “Tokyo-Bruxelles Trio”(with Nozomi Kanda - flute and Nicolas Deletaille - Cello). Her recitals and chamber music concerts have seen her perform in many countries, including France, Belgium, Austria, USA and her home country, Japan.

She is actually teaching at Tsuru University since 2012.