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by Angie Mack Reilly 5/18/17
Stephanie began piano and songwriting lessons with me at the age of 9 and continued until she released her first album as a 13 year old. The rest is history. And it’s history in the making!
Stephanie has created an outstanding legacy at such a young age. You might have seen her as the emcee for the Cedarburg Cultural Center’s Blueburg Cafe or performing at Cedarburg’s Strawberry Fest or Summerfest for that matter! This gal isn’t stopping anytime soon! She has a full summer line-up of performing gigs and is excited to be a part of Cedarburg’s Summer Sounds crew this season.
Stephanie will be teaching both youth and adults for the summer session which will be starting up soon.
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I often say, “In the entertainment industry, it’s not what you know but WHO you know.” Stephanie Erin Brill is someone to know.
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Stephanie Brill is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Cedarburg, Wisconsin. She has been playing piano for fifteen years, has been writing for eight, and has been singing all her life. At age thirteen Stephanie recorded her first album, Heartbroken Joker, consisting of ten original songs. At age fifteen she recorded a five-song EP titled Save the Day. Throughout her music career she has played shows all around Wisconsin: Cedarburg’s Strawberry Festival, The Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI)’s Youth Showcase, Waukesha’s FridayNight Live, Appleton’s Mile of Music, The Miramar Theater, Steelbridge Songfest, Madison’s Union Terrace, Turner Hall, Summerfest’s KNE and U.S. Cellular Stages, and many more. Stephanie was nominated twice for WAMI’s Rising Star award and received both The Madison Area Music Association (MAMA)’s First Chair award as well as the award for Youth Female Vocalist of the Year 2015. Her original music has also placed her in the Wisconsin Singer Songwriter’s Series (WSSS) Contest’s top five two years in a row. Stephanie will be entering her third year of studying Songwriting and Composition at McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota this fall.