Mr. Stephen Campitelli
- M.M., Piano Performance and Pedagogy, Temple University
- B.A., Music, Penn State University
Mr. Stephen Campitelli received his Bachelor of Music degree from Penn State as a student of Steven Smith, and his Master of Music degree in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy from the Boyer College of Music, Temple University where he studied with Harvey Wedeen. In 1990, he was the first prize winner for Pennsylvania in the National Music Teachers' Association's Collegiate Artist Competition. Mr. Campitelli maintains an active solo performance and accompanying schedule in the Philadelphia region and surrounding states. He has regularly appeared with the Immaculata Symphony since 1997 as soloist, chamber musician and resident pianist. With the Symphony he has performed concertos by Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Beethoven, and others. He also recently performed the Beethoven Concerto No. 1 with the Main Line Symphony.
Mr. Campitelli was featured along with his wife Stephanie in an article in 2008 entitled “Homegrown Talent” in Main Line Ticket Magazine. Mr. Campitelli is the organist at the West Chester United Methodist Church and can be heard in weekly church service broadcasts on WCHE-AM (1520). He is the accompanist for the Main Line Ecumenical Choir and West Chester Ecumenical Choir. Mr. Campitelli has performed as organist with the Main Line Ecumenical Choir and Main Line Symphony. He was also featured as accompanist with virtuoso violin prodigy Ann Fontanella on her recently released CD recording of works by Bach, Bruch, and Schubert.
At Immaculata Mr. Campitelli teaches Piano Lab and private lessons and accompanies student recitals. He also teaches at Suburban Music School and maintains a private piano studio. He serves on the Main Line Ecumenical Choir, West Chester Ecumenical Choir, and Immaculata Symphony Board of Directors.