Who am I?

Arlene Gray has been tuning and repairing pianos in the Kawartha Lakes/Peterborough region for over 25 years. She has always loved figuring out how things work and with her musical interest, tuning became a way to meld the two passions. She has refurbished uprights and rebuilt a couple of grand pianos and is currently working on a Mason and Risch player baby grand. She is also familiar with electronics and has done servicing on electronic instruments, mainly contact repair. She has rewired an old Hallmond organ console to work with Hauptwerk software. 
Certified Piano Life Saver Installer 

Serving the City of Kawartha Lakes and Peterborough region for over 25 years. 

On top of being a tuner/technician, Arlene Gray has a very active musical life. She is founder and director of the Kawartha Lakes Singers. A 35 voice choir, the Kawartha Lakes Singers have had success on many platforms, including the Peterborough Kiwanis Musical Festival in which they received the Charles Allen Trophy for “the most outstanding choir performance” in 2012. She was also founder and director the Kawartha Treble Troupe (1996 – 2010). A 25 voice youth chorus with many awards and international recognition.

Arlene is the director of the Bonachord Male Chorus and the Jubilaires Women’s Chorus both of Peterborough. She also is director and accompanist for Jubilation. She also sings with the Peterborough Singers and the Peterborough Pop Ensemble.

Arlene has an active vocal studio and taught private voice at Lakefield College School for 9 years. She has a B.A. degree in music from Calvin College, MI and an ARCT in vocal performance. Arlene served as organist and music director for 9 years at Lakefield United Church, 6 years at St. Paul’s Anglican, Lindsay and is currently administrator, organist and music director for Emmanuel United Church in Peterborough.