Muisical services 


Deanna Stephens, organist and classical musician,  can provide music for almost any occasion. Deanna has her Bachelor of Music ​​​in Composition from Palm Beach Atlantic University. She is now the music director and organist at St. Paul's Anglican Church Newmarket and a teacher of piano and voice at The Melody in Me in Barrie, ON.

If you need an organist or a pianist for your wedding, funeral, or other event, Deanna has experience with weddings, funerals, and concert performances. At St. Paul's Anglican Church, Deanna leads the choir and accompanies the choir/congregation on piano and organ  She is available to consult regarding wedding or funeral music choices. Deanna has been trained during her university studies in organ, piano, and voice. She is also available as a soloist for weddings, funerals, or other events. She has performed solos in her university choirs and done other solo performances, including a funeral. 

Deanna also has experience as a ballroom dancer, having taken lessons for over 7 years and won awards at multiple competitions. In addition to performances and competitions, she has experience teaching group lessons at Palm Beach Atlantic University and she has served as a dance intern to assist the teachers in the lessons at Paramount Ballroom Studios in West Palm Beach. She also has experience in developing wedding choreography for a couple's first dance and choreographing stage musicals.  

In addition to ballroom dance lessons, Deanna is a piano and voice teacher at The Melody in Me and also offers organ and piano lessons out of St. Paul's Anglican Church Newmarket. . 

Finally, having trained in music composition, Deanna has presented two full-length concerts of her original compositions and the St. Paul's choir has sung an original anthem during the advent season December 2017. Deanna's services as a composer are available to those wanting a personalized piece of music to make any event special, from weddings and funerals to graduations and birthdays. One of her original pieces of music is being used as a processional at a wedding in Wellington, Florida this March.

See the link on the right for more details on any given service. 

Music is the Universal Language