Stephanie Eaton is an accomplished choral conductor, musician, clinician, and educator, known for her contributions to the world of music. With a profound passion for choral music and a deep commitment to music education, she is a distinguished figure in the field. Stephanie conducts the South Australian Public Primary Schools (SAPPS) Choir, Young Adelaide Voices Community Choir, and the innovative Kodaly SA Educator's Choir. She has an extensive background in conducting and education, including roles with Brisbane Girls Grammar School, Queensland Young Conservatorium, Young Adelaide Voices, and more. At Young Adelaide Voices, she serves as the Musicianship tutor and Conductor for various choirs. Stephanie is dedicated to professional development, contributing to senior vocal ensembles and enriching Adelaide's cultural fabric through her performances.
Her commitment to music education extends to her involvement in Kodaly organizations, where she holds the Australian Kodály Certificate and serves as a lecturer. Stephanie's dedication to advancing Kodaly-inspired practices is reflected in her leadership roles and recognition, such as the 'Outstanding Service to Kodaly SA' award. Stephanie is renowned for her ability to create inclusive musical experiences, fostering a deep connection with the transformative power of singing and choral music founded on a Kodály inspired music practice.