A native of Argentina, Grace graduated summa cum laude from the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires and won the 1997 National Keyboard Competition.
Subsequently completed post-graduate studies in composition and harpsichord with Frank Cooper at the University of Miami and holds a Master of Music in Harpsichord, Piano and Organ Performance, as well as a Masters Degree in Ballet.
She works as a clinician, adjudicator, lecturer and performs as a soloist and chamber musician in Canada, the United States and Europe.
She was the first Canadian artist invited by the University of Edinburgh to lecture and perform at St Cecilia's Hall (Russell Collection of early Keyboards).
In Calgary, she has played for Celebrity Series, New Works, Millennium Music, Rosa Selvatica, the Calgary Bach Festival Society and Kensington Sinfonia.
Grace has served as head organist at Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Sacred Heart Churches, has been engaged for concerts with the Banff Centre Chamber Group, recorded for a number of CBC Broadcasts and worked as Principal Accompanist for the Calgary Boys Choir and the Alberta Children's Honour Choir.
She has taught music extensively in the U.S.A. and Canada and with her seven children she formed a chamber ensemble that won three consecutive gold medals at the Calgary Performing Arts Festival and played numerous recitals as well as charitable and official events..
Instrument / Discipline
- Piano Pedagogy
- At a school
- At own home
- At own studio
- Piano - Elementary
- Piano - Intermediate
- 1988 - Post Graduate Degree - University of Miami
- 1980 - Post Graduate Degree - University of Miami
- 1979 - Masters in Music - National Conservatory of Music Argentina
- 1977 - Bachelor of Music - National Conservatory of Music Argentina
- Alberta Piano Teachers' Association - Provincial / State
- Canadian Music Centre - National
- Canadian Music Festival Adjudicators' Association - National
- Music Teachers National Association - National