Stephanie Borgani is a Brazilian-American vocalist, composer, pianist, and educator from São Paulo. Central to their music is a re-imagination of the human voice as a fluid instrument, unconstrained by gender, language, genre. Stephanie’s original music projects include pieces arranged or composed for solo voice and piano, for unaccompanied vocal duo, and for jazz sextet,
As a side-person, Stephanie enjoys exploring the possibilities of wordless vocals in an instrumental context. She had the privilege of sharing the stage with Antonio Sanchez and Maria Schneider in 2019 and 2021 during their respective residencies in Boston with the NEC Jazz Orchestra.
Stephanie holds a BA from Columbia University in Jazz Studies and Russian Language and Culture, as well as a Master’s degree from the New England Conservatory of Music.
Stephanie has learned from Bruce Barth, Helen Sung, Christine Correa, Frank Carlberg, Jerry Bergonzi, Miguel Zenón, Jason Moran and Dominique Eade, among many others.