Born in Wiesbaden, Germany, in 1994, to German-Korean parents, she started piano at age four. Only three years later, she became a student of professor Irina Edelstein. Since 2009, Gina Alice has been studying piano at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt, as a junior student of Lev Natochenny's master class. Since 2012, she has been a student of Bernhard Wetz at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt.
Gina then received more artistic inspirations from Professor Laszlo Simon and Professor Klaus Hellwig at Berlin University of the Arts, and studied with professor Gary Graffman as a fellow of the Lang Lang International Music Foundation.
Gina Alice began playing in public at the age of 8 and quickly became an internationally acclaimed pianist in France and Spain. She also performed in international master classes such as Moulin D 'ande International Academy and Burgos International Music Festival.
When Gina Alice was eight, she became a sensation following a Steinway concert in Farquaford, playing Haydn's piano concerto in D major.
Gina Alice made her TV debut as a piano soloist in April 2007. She performed Mendelssohn's piano concerto in G minor on German national television (ZDF) 's Klassik-kids with the Berlin National Youth Symphony Orchestra and conductor Rasmus Baumann with great success.
Gina Alice's first piano recital in 2009 was well received in the classical world. In the spring of 2012, her debut of Mendelssohn piano concerto no. 1 with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Kazuo Kanemaki at the Berlin Philharmonie hall was equally well received. In March 2013, she was invited to Berlin again to play the Rachmaninoff piano concerto no. 1.
In January 2013 Gina Alice played a sold out piano recital called "young artist" at Hessischer Rundfunk Sendesaal in Frankfurt, Germany. The entire concert was broadcast on German national radio hr2-kultur on March 7, 2013.
On May 1, 2014, Gina Alice performed for the third time in the Berlin Philharmonie hall, during the final concert of the Berlin Philharmonic season. She performed Rachmaninoff’s Variations on a Theme of Paganini as a piano solo and collaborated with the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra.
In 2016, Gina Alice collaborated with the Shenyang Philharmonic orchestra and Guangzhou symphony orchestra in China. In 2017, Gina Alice gave a recital at the Ruhr piano festival, the largest piano festival in the world.
In 2019, Gina Alice and Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra played "the moment of victory".