Johanna Grussner is from The Aland Island in Finland. She studied in Sweden before moving to Boston.
Grussner made headlines in major U. S television broadcasting companies in 2001 when she trained her Bronx public school children to sing groovy gospel and touring her native Finland. She made a particular impression on New York Times Journalist, Anemona Hartocoullis, who wrote The Book Seven Days Of Possibilities, describing Grussner's ambitious dedication.
Grussner has recorded several albums with Pianist Milka Pohjola. Additionally, she performed and recorded with her Manhattan Jazz Orchestra and Grammy award winning musicians Darman Meade and Peter Eldridge.
She currently based in Stockholm, Sweden where she is a busy performer and teacher.