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Gracie Lookadoo

Vice President

Hailing from Greenville, South Carolina, cellist Gracie Lookadoo graduated in 2021 with a Bachelors in Music Technology from Stetson University. Their fifteen years of study have included two performances in Carnegie Hall, a performance tour of Italy and the Vatican, as well as several self produced albums under the monikers “August Moon” (in collaboration with composer Gracie Caggiano) and “Fallen From Grace” (a solo project). Gracie’s ensemble endeavors over the years have included tours and performances with the Carolina Youth Symphony, the SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities Chamber and Symphonic Orchestras, Stetson University’s Chamber and Symphonic Orchestras, and the Delphi 421 Early Music Society.

Gracie specializes in extended techniques for cello, often incorporating electrical components and alternative playing styles into live and recorded works. They credit their creative inspiration to mentors Dr. Jamie Clark, David Bjella, Dr. Chaz Underriner, and Dr. Nathan Wolek, whose support and encouragement during their time at Stetson played a key role in their development as an independent artist.

Their other passions include scuba diving, natural photography, travel, writing (music or otherwise), and creating with whatever they can get their hands on. If you ever wonder where Gracie is, the answer is “on the way to the next big adventure”.

Gracie Lookadoo
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