Dr. Stephan Griffin enjoys an active career as a singer, conductor, and organist. He holds degrees in vocal performance and organ performance from Boston University (BMus, DMus) where he studied with Susan Ormont and Peter Sykes, and The University of Texas at Austin (MMus) where he studied with Drs. Gerre and Judith Hancock. While in Austin, Stephan was on the music faculty at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School and the Chorus Master for Ensemble Settecento (now Austin Baroque Orchestra). Praised by Early Music America and The Washington Post for his warm tone, he has performed with various ensembles including Schola Cantorum of Boston, Texas Early Music Project, Long & Away, Pfunkhaus, and The Brookline Consort. Stephan has served as the Director of Music at Trinity Episcopal Church in Newport, RI, and as Visiting Lecturer in Music and Director of the University Chorus at Brown University. He is currently a member of the Liturgy and Music Commission for the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts and a Director-at-Large for the Association of Anglican Musicians.