Grace Stuewe

Grace S.

Seattle, WA
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Acoustic Guitar

Levels Taught:
I have been playing cello since I was 12, and have a well-versed history gigging and writing music, with an expansive knowledge of tablature, music reading, technique, and popular music.
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Grace teaches



Grace delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 5 to 15 and special needs

Teaching since:

I've been doing music since I was 7, and have always been striving to grow as a cellist, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. Even though I began as a classically-trained musician, I believe in incorporating fun music and exploration into teaching to keep students engaged with their instrument.

With patience and persistence, any child can be a stellar musician. My goal as a teacher is to help each person realize their potential in order to become a confident and consistent musician.


Substitute Cello and Teacher
Feb 2019 - Present
Meter Music School

Feb 2019 - Feb 2019
Trio for Arts Leadership Exhibition

Performance in chamber trio at Seattle University Arts Leadership Conference and Art Show


Bachelor of Music and the Arts in String Performance and Psychology
Sep 2018 - Present
Seattle University


Professional Proficiency


Shirley Mae Scott Music Scholar
May 2018
Lyons Township High School
Quincy Jones Outstanding Musician Award
Jun 2014
Gurrie Middle School

Photos & Videos

Music Midterm Project for Haydn Quartet
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