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Grace Burns

A musician with widely ranging interests, Grace Burns is equally comfortable with standard piano repertoire as she is with experimental music. Ms. Burns is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree at the University of Colorado - Boulder, where she is studying with Dr. David Korevaar. Previously, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rice University with a degree in Piano Performance, where she studied under Jeanne Kierman Fischer. She has performed for a wide variety of master clinicians in both solo and chamber music, including Richard Goode, John Perry, Paul Kantor, and Howard Karp.

Her musical experience is further enhanced by her work with living composers, chamber ensembles, and multi-disciplinary works. Recent performances include the Pendulum New Music concert series, Jim Simmons’ rock-inspired fusion performance Deep Unto Deep, Midsummer Variations premiere in Houston, and solo recitals in Texas and her home state of Colorado. Ms. Burns is also a member of the Meraki Trio, a piano-flute-viola ensemble dedicated to expanding the repertoire for their uncommon instrumentation. The trio commissioned and performed 9 new works for the ensemble in the 2014-2015 season, thanks to a generous grant from the Friends of Flutes Foundation. In recognition of this work, Rice University granted Ms. Burns the graduation honor of “Distinction in Research and Creative Work”.

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