Dr. Stephan Griffin enjoys an active career as a singer, conductor, and organist. Praised by Early Music America for his warm tone and described by the Washington Post as “sweet-voiced”, Stephan has appeared with ensembles including Texas Early Music Project, The Marsh Chapel Choir, Long and Away, Schola Cantorum of Boston, Pfunkhaus, The Brookline Consort, and Sourcework. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and a Doctor of Music in Organ Performance from Boston University, and a Master of Music in Organ Performance with an emphasis in sacred music from the University of Texas at Austin. While in Austin, he served on the music faculty and as chapel organist at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School and as the Chorus Master and bass soloist for the Austin Baroque Orchestra. A highly versatile recitalist and collaborative artist, Stephan has appeared throughout the US with such ensembles as the Dallas Wind Symphony, Berkshire Choral International, and the Maryland State Boychoir at venues ranging from the Kennedy Center to the Boston Early Music Festival Fringe. Prior to joining the staff at All Saints in August 2018, Stephan served as the Director of Music at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newport, RI.