Satoko Doi-Luck studied composition at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music before coming to England to continue her composition studies at the Royal College of Music as a scholar supported by the PRS Sir Arthur Bliss Foundation, the Alice Templeton Award and an Overseas Artist grant from the Japanese Government. As a composer, Satoko recently wrote short new works for the Orchestra of Age of Enlightenment. It has been performed as part of OAE's the Night Shift tour in autumn 2013 and spring 2015.

Satoko then studied harpsichord and continuo with James Johnstone, and is a recipient of the Raymond Russell award. She has taken part in masterclasses by Menno van Delft, Ton Koompan, Andreas Staier, Kenneth Weiss, Richard Egarr and Academy of Ancient Music. 

Satoko has been awarded the Junior Fellowship in Harpsichord/Continuo at the Royal College of Music, and also selected as a participant of the Handel House Talent Scheme 2015-2016.  She is also a member of Ceruleo, and has performed with La Serenissima, Birmingham Opera Company, English Chamber Orchestra, Tenebrae, the Shakespeare's Globe and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.