Emilily Kosasih received her Bachelor of Music with honors in piano performance from Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance and was the recipient of the Jacob Music Steinway Award in 2006. She received her Master of Music in choral conducting, also from Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance. While at Temple University, she completed principal studies with Alexander Fiorillo and Alan Harler. Previously the music director for Swarthmore Chorale, Ming-de Chorus, and Cantabile Chorale, Kosasih currently serves as the Christmas program music director for her church in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where she arranges, composes, and conducts the church chamber orchestra and choir. Actively teaching and performing in greater Philadelphia area since 2005, Kosasih has participated in several performances over the years as a pianist in both solo and collaborative recitals, as an accompanist for biennial hymn festival concert in Delaware and as a conductor for various chorus concerts in the area. Kosasih currently serves as an adjunct conducting instructor at Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance and as a piano faculty at Community Music School in Trappe, PA.