Grace, originally from Detroit, is a Los Angeles based violinist who enjoys a varied musical career spanning from classical to pop. She often works with current artists and has been a part many studio recordings and live productions (Kesha, Lea Michele, BØRNS, Megadeth, Gallant, Sabrina Carpenter, and others.)
Grace earned her Bachelor of Music with a concentration in Violin Performance from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan under Dr. Laura Roelofs. Grace is a classically trained violinist with extensive experience in both the classical and popular music worlds. She has participated in orchestral and chamber music festivals working with other musicians and renowned faculty from around the globe. These include Zephyr International Music Festival in Italy, Bowdoin International Music Festival in Maine, and National Music Festival in Maryland. Aside from pop artists, she can be found performing with ensembles such as Hollywood Chamber Orchestra, Hollywood Light Orchestra, and others.
Grace is an experienced acoustic and electric violinist at weddings, corporate events, and private events. She has a wide repertoire of wedding music for ceremony, cocktail hour, and dinner reception. She also accommodates special song requests for weddings and other special events. Her music spans a variety of genres, from classical to contemporary hits.
Los Angeles, California, USA
What to expect?
Top-notch PA system for superb sound
Professional attire appropriate for the occasion
Arrival 30 to 45 minutes before appointment
Keep these in mind
Allocated Parking with Validation
Instructions/Cue from coordinator/planner
One month notice for special song requests
For Outdoor Events: shade or cover from elements (sun 75F+ and rain)
Completed planning form 7 days before the event
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- Can learn any song
- Acoustic Violinist
- Electric Violinist
- No travel fee 20 miles from LA
- And more…
Accepts the Following
- Wedding Ceremony
- Cocktail Hour
- Playing with DJ
- Corporate Events
- Engagement Proposals
- Private Violin Lessons
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- Performed at 400+ venues and locations in Southern California
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What does acoustic violin mean?
The term acoustic violin refers to the traditional wooden violin that is often used for classical music. It is aptly named acoustic violin because of how the sound is produced. In contrast, an electric violin is often made of a solid material that relies on an amplifier or speaker to be audible.
Is it easier to play electric violin?
An electric violin has several differences compared to an acoustic violin as to how it is played. Often, the acoustic violin is shaped differently and could weigh lighter or heavier than an electric violin. Also, the feeling of playing an electric violin differs from the acoustic violin as it has less sound vibrations and is less able to respond to nuances in bowing. The ease if playing an electric violin varies from player to player.
What are the differences in sound between an acoustic and an electric violin?
The sound of an electric violin differs from an acoustic violin. Acoustic violins create a sound that is influenced by its hollow structure, creating a sweet sound or a deep sound depending on how it is made. An electric violin, on the other hand, is connected to an external speaker or amplifier and this enables the player to change the sound of the violin or add effects, making it sound like an entirely different instrument.