Canadian violinist Grace Kim is an active orchestral, solo, and collaborative artist. Mrs. Kim holds the position of Principal Second in both the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra and the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra. She is a guest musician with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and was previously playing with Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra in Canada. As a chamber musician, Grace has appeared across the US, Canada, Europe, and Japan. These included performances as a former member of the Petar Jankovic Ensemble (US, Europe), the Moritzburg Festival Academy (Germany), and the Pacific Music Festival (Japan).
Alongside performing, Grace shares her love and experience of music through teaching. She has performed in the Franklin Pond Alumni Quartet while providing supplemental lessons and coachings for the students. Grace has studied and worked with renowned pedagogue Mimi Zweig; has taught for the Indiana University Summer String Academy; and is a faculty and board member of the Porterville Summer Strings Workshop, a summer music program for underserved youth.
Grace received a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music from Indiana University as an Artistic Excellence Fellow with Mauricio Fuks and Kevork Mardirossian, respectively.