Grace Pham - Piano
Grace began her musical studies at the age of 4, at the Yamaha Music School in Toronto. She graduated from Queen’s University with a Concurrent Education degree in Music and Education and holds an ARCT in piano pedagogy.
Grace has been actively teaching in the Kingston community for over 10 years, and currently maintains a busy studio instructing piano, music theory and history to students of all ages and levels. She is an active member of ORMTA, teaches the Suzuki method and Yamaha Music Education curriculum, is a piano instructor at Queen’s Community Music and also works with special needs students in the Limestone District School Board.
In addition to teaching piano privately and in group settings, Grace spent a two-year stint in London, England teaching Music and English Literature in the classroom working with inner city children where she was able to gain vast experiences in working with many types of learners.
When she is not busy practicing or teaching, Grace sings first soprano in an all woman’s choir She Sings! in addition to occasionally serving as an associate pianist and assistant conductor.
I believe music is a gift everyone should enjoy. I centre my teaching on differentiated learning as I believe every student learns in their own unique way; and to be successful, my lessons are student-centred. I love sharing my passion for music with my students, engaging them in the wonderful world of music; and encouraging a growth mindset to empower them to be enthusiastic learners and musicians who can enjoy making music for a lifetime.