Musical Monuments Cast
Stephanie Ann Ball (Soprano)
Stephanie Ann Ball, lyric coloratura soprano is swiftly taking her place in the world of classical music with her warm, strong, lyric voice. As a highly sought after concert artist and curator, she has performed on stages alongside world-renowned composers such as the award-winning Mark Hayes, and the composer of the highly acclaimed new opera, Rider’s of The Purple Sage - Craig Bohmler. Equally comfortable in the oratorio repertoire, Ms. Ball’s credits include appearances as the soloist for Mozart’s Requiem with the Bach Society of St. Louis, Handel’s Messiah with the Voices West Chorale, Songs of the Slave with the Larimer Chorale, Saint-Saëns’ Oratorio de Noël with First Presbyterian Church of Rapid City, Vaughan Williams’ Pastoral Symphony with the Jefferson Symphony, von Weber’s Mass in G and Mozart’s Exsultate, jubilate with the Ambrosian Choristers, and many others.
Stephen B. Moore (Piano)
Stephen B. Moore is a 2013 graduate of Howard University, holding a Bachelor of Music degree in Music History with an emphasis on Piano Performance. While at Howard, he worked extensively within the Music and Theatre Departments, which included serving as the accompanist for the University Choir as well the Musical Director for a few of the Theatre Department’s productions. He also is a member of the Howard Gospel Choir of Howard University, where he has been a faithful member for the past 10 years. With the choir, he has been blessed to minister behind highly revered artists such as Barry Manilow, Fantasia, Mary J. Blige, Lyle Lovett, Ne-Yo, Shirley Caesar, and many more. He also has performed independently as an accompanist around the DC area in such venues as The Kennedy Center, the Lincoln Theater, and the Washington National Cathedral. He currently teaches piano and voice privately and serves as the Minister of Music at Miles Memorial CME Church, located in Washington, DC.