Gisèle Grima

Gisèle Grima

Born 1984 in Malta, Gisèle was educated in her home country where she also studied piano privately under various tutors. After being awarded a full scholarship, she furthered her music studies overseas under the guidance of renowned musicians. A graduate of the Ian Tomlin Academy, Edinburgh Napier University and the Royal Northern College of Music, Gisèle is a prize-winning pianist who has performed and collaborated with many artists extensively in concerts around Malta and Europe. She is also a pioneer in the field of music education and remains committed to working with children and adults across the age spectrum. Gisèle currently works as a freelance pianist & accompanist and teaches music at St. Michael Foundation. She also directs Sally Singers, a vocal ensemble of children based at Teatru Salesian, Sliema.

Area: Culture & Creativity

Qualifications:

  • BMus (Hons.)
  • MMus (perf.) RNCM
  • PG Dip (perf.) RNCM
  • Fellowship of the Royal School of Music (FRSM)
  • Over 15 years of experience in teaching music in schools & specialised instrumental teaching to children and adults