Stephanie Ann Barth
Stephanie Ann Barth (B.M. Performance, 2015) is the author of a new definitive biography covering the life, performing, and teaching career of Mildred Andrews Boggess. This important publication provides significant insights into the twentieth-century American organ world and makes for entertaining and informative reading. It is expected to be published on June 15, 2021.
Stephanie Ann Barth, MM, CAGO studied at Duquesne University with Dr. Ann Labounsky, where she graduated as an Honor's College Fellow, magna cum laude. She finished her master's degree at the University of Oklahoma with Dr. John Schwandt, Dr. Damin Spritzer, and Dr. Adam Pajan. She currently lives with her husband and their cats, Norman & Sam, in Cheyenne, WY. Stephanie is the Organist & Choirmaster at St. Matthew's Cathedral in Laramie, WY, where her music program performed a world premiere for their 150th Anniversary Celebration in September 2018. She most recently accompanied the Laramie Civic Choir at the University of Wyoming with Dr. Holly Dalrymple and regularly substitutes at St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral in Cheyenne, WY. She received a grant in 2019 from the Ruth & Clarence Mader Memorial Scholarship Fund and presented her research on Mildred Andrews Boggess at the 2019 AGO Regional Convention in Denver, CO. Stephanie also works as a paralegal and maintains a private music studio.
Congratulations on the book, Stephanie!
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