is a violinist and fiddler currently residing in Myrtle Beach, SC. Her wide range of performing experiences gives her the ability to entertain audiences with countless styles of music, including classical, jazz, country, bluegrass, sacred, rock, and pop.
Stephanie is a native of Morgantown, WV and holds bachelor's and master's degrees in music performance from West Virginia University and University of Delaware. She has performed extensively throughout the United States. As a classical violinist she won multiple competitions and performed in symphonies, chamber orchestras, piano trios, and string quartets. She has also played as an orchestra pit member for over forty musicals at Fulton Theater, Hershey Theater, Maine State Music Theater, and Broadway tours. Stephanie held an adjunct position as Professor of Violin and Viola at Elizabethtown College from 2013-2018 and maintained an extensive private teaching studio for twenty years. In addition she has recorded on multiple albums for singers and songwriters throughout the United States. Her employment at American Music Theater in 2019-2020 provided multiple opportunities for her to be featured as a soloist. Since moving to Myrtle Beach with her husband, Todd, in 2020, she has found many opportunities to rediscover her bluegrass roots and hone her country music skills. She has played multiple shows as a country/bluegrass/rock/Celtic fiddler with The Chris Nelson Band, Root 65 Band, Crosswinds Band, Two-Way Street, Jefferey Anderson and the Honky Tonk Revolution, Erik Hawks and Hard Luck, and the End of the Road Bluegrass Band. Some band performances have included opening for headliners including Bucky Covington, Joe Nichols, Thomas Gabriel, and Struggle Jennings. She maintains her classical skills as a part of the Long Bay Symphony. Stephanie is also is taking engagements for corporate functions as a rock/pop/country fiddler in various bands and offering solo shows in the style of Lindsey Stirling. In addition, Stephanie provides music for upscale locales and weddings, offering light jazz and pop for added ambience or custom song arrangements for special occasions.