Canadian pianist, Adam Gravelle, has concertized throughout the United States, Canada, Germany, Vienna, Prague, Scotland, and Slovenia. Born in North Bay Ontario, he began to play by ear and improvise on the piano at an early age. He holds an advanced diploma in piano performance from Cambrian College, a BM degree from Memorial University and a MM degree from Rowan University in New Jersey. His primary teachers include Dr. Charlene Biggs, Timothy Steeves, and Veda Zuponcic.
Adam’s active participation in both chamber music festivals and piano masterclasses has lead him to working with some of the finest musicians of today such as Louie Lortie, Marc-Andre Hamelin, Larissa Dedova, Richard Raymond, Robert Silverman, and Gilbert Kalish.
Mr. Gravelle currently has a teaching studio in Orange County, where he strives to instill in each student: enthusiasm in a love of learning and of music. He has produced many award winning students, and has recently had students successfully audition into the Orange County High School of the Arts (OCHSA).