Grace Law ECM
Music Director, Colorado Lullaby Project
Colorado Lullaby Project | Entrepreneurship Center for Music

Grace Law primarily serves the ECM as the Colorado Lullaby Project (CLP) Music Director – managing the program's design and the teaching artist recruitment course to collaborate in music psychology-based research opportunities with the Renée Crown Wellness Institute. Grace serves in various other roles with the ECM in the development of the Center's student development events. She also serves as a University Lecturer for Continuing Education & Professional Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and flutist for Boulder Altitude Directive (B.A.D.)

Previously she has served as Managing Director, Artistic Operations, Orchestra Manager and Librarian for several organizations such as Mostly Modern Festival, Aspen Music Festival and School, American Modern Ensemble, Miami Music Festival, Purchase Symphony Orchestra, American Modern Recordings, and Lumiere Records. As a consultant, her skill set specializes in organizational design, and competitive analysis and positioning for university programs and nonprofit organizations. While at SUNY Purchase College, she coordinated a gift of over $70,000 to purchase professional-level instruments for students in need. As a presenter, she has given seminars on Teaching Artistry at the Society for Arts Education and Entrepreneurship's annual conference and will present as a panelist for "Building A Meaningful Project" at the Lullaby Project International Conference with Carnegie Hall in January 2022.

Grace frequently collaborates and advocates for the performance of contemporary music via her residency in the Contemporary Performance Institute at Composers Conference, her 2018-2019 Season Artist position with American Modern Ensemble, and by curating the SUNY Purchase College FLUTES PLUGGED concerts. With the Purchase New Music Project, Grace has premiered over 20 new works for solo flute and chamber ensemble with conservatory composers. Recently, Grace recorded the world premiere of Robert Paterson’s Spring Songs with the American Modern Ensemble and tenor, Alok Kumar of the Metropolitan Opera. 

As a 2018 grant recipient from the Friends of Flute Foundation, Grace’s performance accomplishments include winning the 1st Grand Prize from the FLUTISSIMO! Young Artist Competition, the Purchase Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, and additional prizes from the South Carolina Flute Society, Charleston Music Society, and South Carolina Music Educators Association. Grace’s orchestral performances have taken her to venues such as the New World Center, The DiMenna Center, Arthur Zankel Music Center, Hilbert Circle Theatre, and Royce Hall in Los Angeles. In 2018 she was invited to serve as Principal Flute with the Prague Summer Nights Festival in Czechia. She is an alumna of numerous summer festivals, including; Miami Music Festival, Mostly Modern Festival, Idyllwild Arts Symphony, and Chamber Music Festival, Sewanee Summer Music Festival, FLUTISSIMO Workshop, and the Baylor Flute Seminar.

Grace holds a Master of Music degree from CU, and a Performer’s Certificate Diploma and Bachelor of Music degrees from SUNY Purchase College Conservatory of Music, where she studied under Dr. Tara Helen O’Connor.