畢業自台灣中國文化大學（Chinese Culture University），主修音樂教育和鋼琴演奏，在校期間，即開始在台北慕義兒童合唱團任伴奏，後擔任指揮，共有七年之久，其間，兩次帶領兒童合唱團赴日本一個月的巡迴演唱；她同時擔任慕義成人詩班指揮十二年，曾帶領詩班在全美，由美西至美東，做為期一個月的巡迴演唱；後任基隆榮光堂詩班指揮十年。在台灣期間，除了沒間斷的指揮職務，她一直教授鋼琴，更培育了不少教會的司琴。
1996年搬來Irvine，在Truth Theology Seminary修得教會音樂碩士，主修鋼琴演奏，曾受教於Dennis Alexander, Cecilia Ｇrose, Dr. Julie Wong，Ｄr. Felix Tao Chang ；並加入ＭＴＡＣ(Music Teachers Association of California)，曾為Board Member，學生們在每年的Certificate of Merit中都有不錯的成績，得以在Honor Recital 和 State Convention中演奏。
數十年的教學，不計其數的學生，從四歲多的初學孩子，到十級的高中生，大學生，或是想圓彈琴夢的成人，Alice 一直 秉承學琴應是件快樂的事，孩子們都是渾然天成的音樂家，老師的責任是把孩子內在的音樂引出來，加上技巧，成為有音高，有節奏，能完美呈現的音樂作品；而在學習過程中，所遇到的撞牆，沮喪，或灰心，孩子們跟著老師的帶領，一步一步越過，終能享受學琴的成就與快樂。
Alice Tsai graduated from Chinese Culture University with a degree in Music Education and Piano Performance.
As a student, Alice accompanied and conducted a children’s choir for 7 years. During that time, she led the choir on two tours of Japan. She has also conducted various adult choirs for more than 20 years. Alice is also passionate about training church pianists.
Since moving to Irvine in 1996, Alice received her Masters degree in Church Music, specializing in Piano Performance. She has studied under Dennis Alexander, Cecilia Grose, Dr. Julie Wong, and Dr. Felix Tao Chang. She also serves as a board member of Music Teachers Association of California (MTAC). Every year, her students receive outstanding recognition in Certification of Merit exams, and routinely perform in honor and state conventions.
Alice has enjoyed many years of teaching countless students, ranging from 4-year-olds to adults seeking to fulfill childhood dreams. Alice believes that learning piano should be a happy experience, and that every child has the potential to become a musician. The responsibility of the teacher is to pull the inner music out of the student; moreover, all musical hardships, challenges, and struggles can be overcome with proper guidance and training. In the end, one can enjoy the accomplishment and joy of playing piano.
It is without a doubt very important to learn proper technique, but more important is the attitude of learning and what it cultivates -- patience, persistence, concentration, attention-to-detail, self-control, appreciation of music and beauty -- that can truly transform music into a part of our lives. Even when a student no longer practices piano, they are still able to recall the beauty of learning how to play.