Kevin G. Pace
is an award-winning composer who has written over 1400 compositions. Though he specializes in choral music and piano solos and duets from beginning to
advanced, he also has written in many different styles including classical,
modern, boogie, blues, pop, educational, sacred, small ensemble
and electronic. His modern string quartet was performed at the University of Utah by the Graduate String Quartet in two separate concerts. His music has been performed the world over, including
several performances in the historic Assembly
Hall on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has maintained a
private piano studio for over 40 years.
Currently, he lives with his beautiful wife in West Jordan, Utah. He has six children and 18 grandchildren.
Kevin has a bachelor's degree in music composition from the University
of Utah. He also has Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Special
Education. He studied piano performance at the
University of Utah with Dr. Bonnie Winterton. He studied composition
with Dr. Igor Iachimciuk, also at the University of Utah.