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Stephanie Adlington

Stephanie Adlington is a working singer, songwriter, actress, and vocal coach with a passion for learning and teaching. As a graduate of the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London, England, Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s of Music Degree in Classical Voice Performance, a Post Graduate Degree in Musical Theatre Performance, and an LRAM, (Licentiate from the Royal Academy Of Music), in vocal training. Additionally, she attended The Eastman School of Music and Carnegie Mellon University. While in London, Stephanie recorded with the Folk/Rock band “Renaissance” which produced 3 critically acclaimed international albums. Upon returning to America, Stephanie performed in “Always, Patsy Cline” and “Stand By Your Man”, the Tammy Wynette story. Her vocal styling is sultry Jazz and can be seen performing with her swag trio around Nashville and throughout National venues across America. Stephanie’s music can be heard in various independent films and documentaries, as well as, her own solo project releases. She can also be seen in the feature film “Old Chicago Souls” and music documentary, “More Than Words:  A Journey Into Songwriting In Nashville”. Stephanie currently teaches at Belmont University in the School of Music, specializing in Commercial Style Singing. Stephanie says, “Learning the art and craft of singing is the most essential part of becoming a professional if one wants to maintain a long lasting career."

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Stephanie AdlingtonContact: stephanie.adlington@belmont.edu