Elizabeth Grace

Elizabeth Grace

Based in Kansas City, MO

Elizabeth M. Grace is active as collaborative artist, teacher, and clinician.  She is a faculty member at the University of Denver Lamont School of Music Summer Academy. Ms. Grace has taught at Rice University (Houston, TX) and Creighton University (Omaha, NE).  She has been involved with the Taubman Approach for 27 years.  A nationally certified member of the Music Teachers National Association, Ms. Grace currently teaches in the Kansas City metropolitan area, New York City, and via Skype.

Level of Certification: Associate, November 2017
Mentor: John Bloomfield  Edna Golandsky  Father Seán Duggan  
Location: Kansas City metropolitan area
Website: bethgrace.com
Educational Background: M.M. Eastman School of Music, Piano Performance and Literature; B.M. Nebraska Wesleyan University, Piano Performance. Additional studies: Aspen Music Festival, Music Festival of Florida, Rocky Ridge Music Center

Taubman Approach Benefits All

Many years ago, my grandfather, an Iowa farmer, bought a piano for a dollar at an auction and gave it to my family, because "every child should learn to play the piano."  Little did I know that this was the beginning of a fascinating journey that would span my lifetime. 

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“The [Taubman] movements are designed to put you in the optimum position for every note, which means that once you get past the mechanics, you have more control over the sound of every note.”

TOM LAWTON, Senior Lecturer, University of the Arts