Meet Our Violin Instructor
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Ms. Johnston currently teaches in her studio in Greeley, Colorado and has worked with a very diverse group of students for the last decade. Her teaching philosophy seeks to initiate and maintain lifelong habits, thinking, and love for music in her students.
Grace currently studies with Dr. Jubal Fulks at the University of Northern Colorado and has also studied with Helen Kim, various members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Georgia Symphony Orchestra, and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. She has appeared in concert as an orchestral musician under the batons of Robert Spano, Keith Lockhart, Joann Falletta, Dr. Michael Alexander, and Dr. Russell Guyver.
Ms. Johnston has been the concertmaster for UNC’s Symphony Orchestra and actively participates in the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra and Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra as a substitute musician. She has maintained a private studio of violin students over the last decade in both the suburbs of Atlanta and, more recently, the northern Colorado area.
Grace received her Bachelor of Music from Kennesaw State University in Georgia, her Master of Music from the University of Northern Colorado and is currently working to receive her Doctor
of Arts in Violin Performance at the University of Northern Colorado.