Stephanie has been captivating audiences locally and throughout Australia with her sophistication as a performer for over ten years. She is at home on stage - whether this be in the intimate setting of a cozy jazz club or performing at the Concert Hall of QPAC with a full orchestra. Stephanie’s innovative approach to contemporary song is refreshing in it’s authenticity and creativity.
She is a performer who has the rare ability to engage an audience and give them a unique musical experience. Her performances reflect those who inspire her from the great jazz artists of yesteryear, together with her contemporary heroes like, Esperanza Spalding, Cécile McLorin Salvant, Kurt Elling, Gregory Porter, Lior, Carole King and Sarah Bareilles.
She approaches her music with an intelligence that belies her youth. This is demonstrated in her broad range of musical experience, a solid educational foundation through the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University and Baldwin Wallace University, Ohio, USA, together with travelling to New York to learn from some of the finest voice teachers in the world.
Stephanie is a well known performer in the Brisbane jazz and corporate scene, she acknowledges that she is very fortunate in being able to work alongside some of the finest musicians found both locally and across Australia. Over the past eighteen month’s she has been busy performing at the Brisbane Jazz Club, Juggler’s Art Space, David Jones, Queensland Conservatorium, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland Cricketer’s Club, Brisbane Powerhouse, Gallery of Modern Art, The Hilton, NEXT Hotel, The Press Club, Cloudland and QPAC Green Jam.
Stephanie holds a Masters of Music Studies (Advanced Performance), Graduate Diploma of Music Studies (Vocal Pedagogy) and a Bachelor of Music (Jazz Voice) from the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, Australia. She is certified in Levels I, II and III of Somatic Voicework - The LoVetri Method from Baldwin Wallace University, Ohio, USA.