Grace Law, Artistic operations
Grace Law is passionate about expanding modern music repertoire in and outside of concert. After performing and assisting at the Mostly Modern Festival in its inaugural season, Grace began working with Mostly Modern Festival and the American Modern Ensemble in 2018. For the 2019 season, Grace will be joining the Mostly Modern staff managing Artistic Operations and coordinating the festival. In New York City, Grace also works with American Modern Recordings, and Lumiere Records. Her work in artistic planning includes web design, media marketing, production management, and archival projects. While pursuing her studies at SUNY Purchase College, Grace serves as the Orchestra Manager, Orchestra Librarian and Orchestra Production Assistant for the Purchase Symphony, and additionally as the Graduate Teaching Assistant of Flute, GA to the Coordinator of Classical Division, and GA to Music Administration in the Conservatory of Music.
As a prizewinning flutist and logical creator, Grace curates, designs, and maintains a series of musical arts related websites. Her perception of the musical arts as a collective accompanies her work in graphic design, production, and artistic planning.
Grace holds a Performers Certificate and Bachelor of Music degree from the SUNY Purchase College Conservatory of Music where she studies with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Season Artist, Dr. Tara Helen O’Connor. In Fall of 2019 Grace will begin her Master of Music studies at the University of Colorado Boulder under Christina Jennings with a fellowship in the Entrepreneurship Center for Music.