There are two means of refuge from the dailyness of life: music and hamsters. - Originally Albert Schweitzer, altered by Drury
About Grace Drury
Mrs. Grace Drury has studied classical piano for 16 years and has 6 years of teaching experience. She is currently earning her second Master's degree in Piano Pedagogy under the tutelage of Dr. Peter Davis – a faculty member at Bob Jones University. Her former teacher, Melissa A. Duncan, was a student of the nationally recognized Jane Allen. Mrs. Drury has competed in local and national competitions for multiple years. Additional piano honors include the Paderewski Award from the National Guild Association. Mrs. Drury has participated in masterclasses with known artists such as the Five Browns, Dr. Jack Winerock, Dr. Scott Smith-MacBride. She also competed in masterclass competitions under various judging committees comprised of the following: Dr. Michael Kirkendoll, Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Lanning, Dr. Ronald Chioldi, Brian Hsu, Dr. Stacey Barelos, Dr. Gregory Morris and Dr. Peter Collins. Mrs. Drury also auditioned (on violin) and was accepted to participate in the American National Fine Arts Orchestra European Tour 2015, in which she was invited to both solo and accompany on piano. Mrs. Drury holds a Master's in Violin Performance from Pensacola Christian College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Thomas Edison University.