Gráinne Logue (B.A. Hons, A.R.I.A.M) is a musician, and graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. A multi-instrumentalist and singer, she began piano, violin and singing lessons at the age of seven, and completed to grade eight level in piano and violin. She studied at the Royal Irish Academy of Music for three years, during which she was twice awarded scholarship. In 2014, she obtained an Associate of the Royal Irish Academy of Music Teaching Diploma for recorder.
Gráinne currently studies with soprano Catherine Redding, and is a keen choral singer and conductor. A member of internationally acclaimed choirs Mornington Singers and Codetta, she has performed in Washington D.C., France, and Italy, as well as competing with great success across Ireland and the UK. She has also been a member of the BBC Proms Youth Choir, performing in the Royal Albert Hall at the Proms on a variety of occasions.
Gráinne is a former Feis Ceoil gold medal winner, a finalist at the Catherine Judge Memorial Award, a former deputy leader of the Western Education and Library Board Youth Orchestra, and Festival Assistant of the City of Derry International Choral Festival.
She is an active member of the Irish music scene, and has taught in a number of music schools across Dublin, as well as teaching private students of all ages.