A native of Washington, D.C., Stephan Terry received his early training as a child, singing in church choirs and playing classical piano. As a teen he started writing original songs with his gospel group and made appearances on the the Television Network, B.E.T. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, with a B.A. in Music-Emphasis Jazz Studies. Upon moving to Los Angeles, he has worked as a music director for various theatre productions. Some of his Music Director credits include: The Wiz, West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Beauty and the Beast, Seussical the Musical, Fighting for the Title, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, Sarafina (Nominated for Best Music Director by NAACP Theatre Awards), and Recorded in Hollywood (Won Best Music Director - NAACP Theatre Awards). He also served as music director for South of Where We Live and Bonita and Billie-The Life and Struggles of Billie Holiday, which were both featured at the National Black Theatre Festival. In theatre he has worked with some amazing actors—the late Tommy Ford, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Denise Dowse, Dorien Wilson, Terry Vaughn, Carl Payne II, Michole Briana White, Michael Beach, Karole Foreman and others. As an educator, Stephan has taught music at schools and churches throughout Los Angeles, Maryland and Washington, D.C. He currently serves as music director and vocal instructor for Amazing Grace Conservatory (AGC), a performing arts school for youth in L.A. He is also the choir director for an elementary school located in the L.A. Crenshaw area. After many years of teaching, directing, composing and producing music for various shows and artists, Stephan is now focused on his career as a solo recording artist. A gifted singer-songwriter and music producer, he is excited to share his original songs with audiences all over the world. His desire is to spread love, joy and inspiration to all. His favorite motto is “All things are possible when you believe”. With a strong faith in God and with his wife Monica by his side, Stephan continues to dream and to impact lives.