Stephanie Woodford is a jazz and pop musician, singer, and composer. She is a graduate of both the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Preparatory Division and also St. Ignatius College Preparatory High School. She has a degree in music from City College of San Francisco.
While at St. Ignatius, Stephanie was one of nine students selected to go on the St. Ignatius Kenya Music Exchange, and was also the only student from San Francisco selected to attend the Recording Academy’s Grammy Camp. She also released her original big band song “Keep It Movin’, worldwide, and was the only student in the history of St. Ignatius to have an original composition performed by the jazz band.
Stephanie was also selected by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office to provide music for their documentary about the IPO program, which assists formerly incarcerated young people in their reentry to society.
In February 2019 and February 2020, Stephanie was selected by the UCSF Black Caucus to provide music for the annual Black Caucus Gala at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco.
Recently in December 2022, Stephanie sung with the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall. Stephanie is available for bookings as a solo performer or with her trio.