Delaware Performing Artist
Accompanist – Actress – Piano Teacher – Singer
– Winston Churchill
As an accompanist I excel in connecting with the performer(s) to compliment their performance and my musicianship/interpretation of a piece. My performances include choirs of various sizes, competitions, soloists, and live musicals.
- Choral Concerts / Rehearsals
- Private Parties
My ability to bring characters to life, connect well with my scene partner(s), expressiveness, and vivacious in my portrayals, make me a great actress. You won’t find anyone more hardworking or dedicated. Below are just a couple highlights from recent roles.
- Wailing- Winner of ‘Best Student Film’ and ‘Outstanding Achievement for Acting Ensemble’ at the Top Shorts Film Festival. Check it out at IMDb
- Best Female Actress in a Musical in the Delaware Premier of Matilda as ‘Miss Honey’ at the Griffin Theatre 2019
- Best Female Actress in a Musical for the role of ‘Lily’ in the Secret Garden at the Everett Theater 2016
I enjoy working with students and helping them grow in their playing abilities. I bring a balance of work and play in each lesson and strive to be engaging and entertaining during lessons. My purpose is to teach technique, best ways to practice, and how to perform a piece, not just play a piece.
I’m a classically trained vocalist, but versatile in numerous genres; can sight read music, have over 25 years of experience, and passionate about singing. Check out my YouTube page for examples of my performances.
- National Anthem
- Musical Theater
- Dinner Events
“Stephanie is a wonderful piano instructor and I am glad that my daughter started taking lessons with her!”
“Ms. Stephanie is an awesome teacher! She makes me feel comfortable and teaching me skills so I can be a better piano player. She is fun and energetic. I enjoy my sessions with her.”
– Jayden (student)
“Stephanie offers the right balance of friendliness and challenge to make each lesson fun and productive. My daughter enjoys learning piano and she enjoys working with Stephanie.”