Stephanie Ray is a versatile performer and curator of musical projects in Baltimore City. Since 2010 Stephanie has co-organized the Classical Revolution Baltimore Chapter which has curated over 100 free performances in Baltimore City and collaborated with a diverse range of artists including the Baltimore Boom Bap Society, EMBODY, OrchKids, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Eze Jackson, and the Tuvan throat-singing group, ALASH. As the Artistic Director for Baltimore’s Lunar Ensemble, Stephanie curated the Pitcher-Perfect Happy Hour series, which showcased performances of local composer’s works in varying non-traditional concert formats. Furthering her love and exploration of contemporary music, Stephanie is a founding member of Baltimore’s Mind on Fire and serves as an Artistic Director for the ensemble Pique Collective. In 2016, Stephanie became the Adjunct Professor of Flute at Frostburg University. Stephanie regularly performs with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, Maryland Symphony Orchestra, and the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra. Stephanie received her Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Texas at Austin under the guidance of Marianne Gedigian. She went on to earn her Master of Music degree at The Peabody Conservatory, studying under world-renowned soloist, Marina Piccinini.