Grace Wepner Ludtke


Institute Presentations

  • Masters Series Forum (TED-talk style): Power Performance, Speaker: Connecting with Your Audience through a Great Stage Presence, Thursday, June 20, 2019, 1:15PM

    Focus on the art of performing, including body language, facial expression, dialogue, and opening & closing impact.

  • Concert: Folklore & Fairytales, Friday, June 21, 2019, 10:30AM

    Storytelling chamber works weaving together the power of music, dance, and the spoken word.

Grace Wepner Ludtke enjoys her career as a professional harpist in North Carolina performing with the North Carolina and Greensboro opera companies, the Greensboro Symphony and the Winston-Salem Symphony. Ms. Ludtke, with Jacquelyn Bartlett, co-founded the North Carolina Harp Ensemble in 2010, as means to promote the harp to a broader audience. A performer with diverse stage experience, Ms. Ludtke’s goal is to educate and empower musicians to be the best version of themselves on and off the stage. Ms. Ludtke holds the Master of Social Work degree with a concentration in Empowerment Practice from Winthrop University and the Bachelor of Music degree from the Petrie School of Music at Converse College.