Mrs. Stacy M. Walker

Piano, Voice Teacher, Parent

Stacy Walker

SAA Member

Contact

Buford, GA
770-722-2735
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www.stacymarie.com

An Atlanta based songwriter, worship leader, producer, pianist, vocalist, music educator, dancer, and actress, Stacy Marie Walker has appeared on stages across America and Europe for over thirty years. One of 4 sopranos chosen nationally to be in the 1996 NARAS Grammy Jazz Choir, she performed with Carlos Santana, Jon Secada, Monica, and Arturo Sandoval, recorded a CD with A&M Records in Los Angeles, and was an honored guest at the Grammy Awards.

By audition, she was a Georgia Governor’s Honors Program Voice major in 1995, a member of the Georgia All-State Chorus for six consecutive years, and the lead female role in musicals such as “Oliver”, “Once Upon A Mattress”, “The Secret Garden”, and “My Fair Lady”.

Stacy has been a local, regional, and national beauty pageant queen, professional model, professional Ballroom and Latin dance instructor, dance competitor, choreographer, dance studio manager, and on-staff contemporary worship leader at a large congregation. She was a finalist in the first ever “104.7 The Fish Opening Act” contemporary Christian singer-songwriter contest. Click here to watch her music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3rBBHwZWI4

Stacy grew up in an extremely musical family in full-time entertainment and ministry. She studied private classical Suzuki piano lessons for 10 years and attended MorningStar School of Ministry for college, where she was involved in worship teams, songwriting, and spiritual disciplines. She was married in 2001.

A music teacher since 2000, Stacy specializes in the Suzuki Method and is currently teaching private voice and piano lessons out of her home studio. In 2009 she was awarded the Jeanne Beile Memorial Scholarship by the Suzuki Association of the Americas for her teaching pursuits. She is a member of the Gwinnett County Music Teachers Association, Georgia Music Teachers Association, and Music Teachers National Association.

In 2010 she lived in Romania for 100 days, recording Album 1 of her Christian musical epic “TRANSCEND: The Trilogy” with her Romanian co-producer Cornel Olar, and giving music classes to the gypsy children in the village through a Christian humanitarian aid organization, Talmid Ministries. She returned in 2014 and lived in Romania for 13 months to finish producing TRANSCEND Album 1, “Trials & Tribulation”. For more info visit: www.TRANSCENDTheTrilogy.com