After many years of working as a singer, musician, producer, arranger and music director for different studios, stage plays, productions, concerts and artists, Stephan is now excited to share his gift with the entire world. His debut album, coming in 2021, will feature all original songs with an eclectic blend of various music styles and genres. A highly skilled singer/song-writer, producer, and performer, with an insatiable appetite for music and live audiences, he desires to spread love, joy and inspiration to all. He will release his first singles in fall of 2020 .
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"Thanks to Lanie Robertson’s bedrock-basic script, Wren T. Brown’s dedicated staging, Karole Foreman’s extraordinarily vulnerable performance, and Stephan Terry’s elegant piano playing, Ebony Rep’s 90-minute revival of Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill pays full homage to Billie Holiday’s heroism and heartbreak...."-Tony Frankel, Stage & Cinema
"Stephen Terry, at the piano as Jimmy Powers, supports Ms. Foreman musically and emotionally with faultless playing, and assists Billie with care and concern.." - Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes
"Supported and accompanied by the powerful pianist and the show’s musical director Stephan Terry, who plays friend and fellow musician Jimmy Powers, we are treated to a parade of 14 of Holiday’s hits—including "God Bless the Child......" -Showmag.com
"...And Lanie Robertson’s play celebrating her artistic legacy—Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill— brings her brilliantly to life. The standing ovation at The Nate Holden Performing Arts Center was every bit as compelling as the one I heard at the Ahmanson Theatre. Bravo to its stars Karole Foreman and musical director Stephan Terry, and director and founder of the Ebony Repertory Theatre—Wren T. Brown!...." -Ross Altman, Folkworks
"...Foreman’s portrayal of Holiday is a definite showstopper, accompanied by her highly gifted jazz pianist extraordinaire, Stephan Terry...." -Bonnie Priever Curtain Up
"Terry is the show’s anchor, bringing Holiday back from her regrets and diatribes to sing yet another classic. His musical accompaniment and professional support of this fallen artist mean well but ultimately fail to lift her up. To the audience, though, he is a sunny spot in a dark forest. - Larchmont Buzz