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Stephanie Trick

Stephanie Trick

born in 1987 in St. Louis, MO, United States

Stephanie Trick

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Stephanie Trick

Stephanie Trick (born 1987 in St. Louis, Missouri) is an American stride, ragtime and jazz pianist.


Trick began playing piano at the age of five.[1] Her interest outside of classical music began at the age of 10, when her piano teacher introduced her to ragtime.[2] She received her BA in Music with honors from University of Chicago in 2009.[1]

She demonstrates piano performance and composition styles of stride, ragtime and jazz piano from the 1900s to the 1940s.[3] She emphasizes jazz standards, stride and boogie-woogie tunes with an accent on her specialty of Harlem stride.[4]


  • Piano Tricks (2005)
  • Ragtime Tricks (2006)
  • Hear That Rhythm! (2008)
  • Stephanie Trick LIVE (2010)
  • Something More (2011) - with Danny Coots (drums) and Jay Hungerford (bass)
  • Two For One (2012) - with Paolo Alderighi (piano)
  • Fourteen (2012) - with Lorraine Feather (vocal)


  1. 1.0 1.1 Biography. Retrieved from
  2. Bio at West Coast Ragtime Society website. Retrieved from
  3. Peters, Bill, Great Strides at the Piano: Stephanie Trick re-ignites interest in Ragtime, Stride and Jazz Piano., April 16, 2010.
  4. Wolff, Don, Interview and Classic Jazz with Stephanie Trick, May 11, 2010.

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