Steph Geber
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Steph Geber is a rising singer/songwriter from Shaker Heights, Ohio. Before moving to New York City in November of 2003, Steph attended Indiana University, where she was a four year member of the Singing Hoosiers, and a three year member of the all-female a cappella group, Ladies First. LF recorded and produced two CDs, one of which was awarded a Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award for Best Female Collegiate Album in 2001. Steph was the primary song arranger of LF for two years. Also in 2001, she was awarded a CARA for Best Female Collegiate Arrangement. Born into a family of generations of classical musicians, Steph has been familiar with all genres of music since she was young. Steph has performed at the White House twice, and has appeared on numerous stages throughout the country since age five. With a musical theater background and thirteen years of vocal training, she has an extensive musical repertoire. Steph recorded her first solo demo in 2003 at Airtime Studios, with the help of producer Dave Weber and singer/songwriter Krista Detor. Steph has also recorded five tracks with producer Ryan Binder in New York City. She has worked with rap artist Lexicon, and can be heard on such tracks as "Fly Away," "Buttah," and "Can’t Let You Go." Steph recently performed at the Triad in New York City, at Retrofest ’69: A Tribute to Woodstock 1969. She also performed three combined shows at the Triad: two with her sister, Lauren Geber and one with singer/songwriter, Dante Cimadamore. Steph has also been seen performing at the 169 Bar, Rockwood Music Hall and Arlene’s Grocery in New York City. Steph is currently an active talent scout for, continues to arrange songs for collegiate a cappella groups, and is finishing her first full-length album with producer Walter Chase of Fatty Music.