Dr. Grace Juang

Piano Faculty
Program Area: 
Private Instruction
With Music Institute of Chicago since: 

Grace Juang received her Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Piano Performance from the University of Maryland. She holds a Master of Music Degree in Piano Performance from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from National Taiwan Normal University.

Significant teachers and mentors: 

Grace had several amazing opportunities to perform in solo and chamber recitals throughout Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Taiwan due to the excellence guidance and teachings of her instructors: Alan Chow, and Larissa Dedova. She also regards Elvina Pearce and Marcia Bosits as two of her most influential mentors.

Teaching philosophy and areas of expertise: 

Dr. Juang is a dedicated and passionate teacher whose ultimate goal is for students to develop a lifelong appreciation for music.

Awards and achievements: 

She won the 22nd International Young Artists Piano Competition in Washington, D.C.  She has taught at Taipei First Girls' High School and worked with piano students of all ages and levels. In addition many of her students have won competition prizes.

Professional affiliations & activities: 

In addition to teaching at Northwestern University's Music Academy, Dr. Juang is on the piano faculty of the Music Institute of Chicago.
As an active member of the Music Teachers National Association, she serves as chair for the Illinois Music Teachers Association Northeast District Audition and co-chair for the North Shore Music Teachers' Association Piano Competition.