Qi Ke is a lecturer at Wenzhou University School of Music. After graduating from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Qi was admitted into the Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance in 2016 and obtained his master’s degree under the instruction of Professor Ricardo Morales, the Principal Clarinetist of The Philadelphia Orchestra and one of the most famous clarinetists in the world. In 2018, Qi enrolled into the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music with a full scholarship and earned his performer's diploma with Professor James Campbell. Qi continued to pursuit the study for his Artist Diploma in 2019, taught by Professor Luis Rossi, and he became the first Chinese student to receive this diploma.
Qi has won a number of awards, including the 2018 Temple University Concerto Competition and the first prize in Indiana University's Concerto Competition two years in a row (2019 and 2020).
Qi Ke was the Principal Clarinetist of symphony orchestras at Temple University and Indiana University, having performed at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Philadelphia Kimmel Center. In 2018, Qi auditioned for the Philadelphia Orchestra and earned a spot on their substitute clarinetist list. Also, Qi qualified for multiple top music festivals such as USA National Institute of Music (2018).