Jessie Lau began her organ studies with Wong Kin-yu in 2007 at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and obtained her Bachelor of Music degree. She later graduated from the Royal College of Music with a Master degree in Music with the RCM Scholarship supported by the Christopher & Susan Gordon-Wells Award. At the College, Jessie studied organ performance with David Graham and organ improvisation with Sophie-Véronique Cauchefer-Choplin.
In 2012, she received the Eric Thompson Trust to participate in the International Organ Festival Haarlem in the Netherlands. In the same year, she won both the First Prize and David Sanger/Bach Memorial Prize in the Glasgow Society of Organists Paisley Abbey Organ Competition in Scotland.
During her study in London, Jessie served as organist of Holy Trinity, Dalston. She has participated in various ensemble performances in Europe. She also performed with many local choirs, including Chung Chi Choir of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Baptist University Choir and the Cantacore Society.
At present, she is organist of St. Stephen’s Chapel, Stanley. She is also accompanist of the Sacred Singers, Lecture Choir and Kowloon District Choir of the Hong Kong Church Music Association.