A dynamic teacher and performer, Stephanie Ho studied at Oberlin College, where she took intensive courses in religion and philosophy while pursuing piano performance in both solo and chamber settings. Capturing a major prize in the Arthur Dann Piano Competition and the Dean’s Talent Award, she studied with Robert Shannon and became a dedicated member of the Oberlin Contemporary Ensemble. She received a Masters of Music from Northwestern University in 2000 where she studied with Alan Chow, and a Graduate Performance Diploma from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University in 2003, under the direction of Julian Martin. While at Peabody, she was actively premiering and performing new music, this time as a member of Camerata. During her tenure in Baltimore, she won a prize in the Mary Graham Lasley Scholarship Competition and received a Peabody Career Development Grant.
Ms. Ho has achieved public recognition in a number of concert appearances including numerous summer festivals such as the Orford International Summer Festival, Bowdoin Summer Music Festival and the New Millennium Piano Festival as well as a Recording Arts Residency at the Banff Centre. Her recital performances have been heard in the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Spain, Canada and many parts of the U.S. She is the co-creator of DUO Stephanie and Saar, an award-winning duo piano ensemble with her husband, pianist and LMS faculty member Saar Ahuvia. Ms. Ho enjoy teaching both children and adults.