Since 1996, Stephen's been making music in churches, schools, and concert halls around the country. He has a passion for music of all genres, but specifically, advancing the organ in today's culture, religious and secular. He has a unique ability to engage audiences by showing off the many colors of the instrument, asking for participation, playing a wide variety of styles, throwing in some standup comedy, and - of course - wearing a lot of bling.

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Sacred Sounds builds on Stephen’s lengthy background in sacred music and worship arts. SS will produce monthly videos throughout 2021 each with a title theme, featuring songs, hymns, and spiritual songs around that theme. The first five episodes aired in 2020, and twelve more will be recorded and released in 2021. Episodes will be released on YouTube and promoted across all social platforms.


Triangle Collaborative Artists celebrates the rich and diverse arts culture in the capital region of North Carolina. The Triangle is home to world class chamber musicians, jazz players, vocalists, symphony instrumentalists, and church musicians. As the budget allows, Stephen will invite guest artists to join him in performing classic masterworks, sacred selections, and audience favorites. For the beginning of 2021, these will be pre-recorded and virtual on social platforms. As soon as safety restrictions allow, these collaborations will be live, in concert, at Hayes Barton UMC.


Inspired by The Joy of Music television program, Stephen Aber Music will travel, once it is safe to do so, across America to perform on the many great organs in our country. North America has a rich history of organbuilding from companies like Schantz, John-Paul Buzard, C.B. Fisk, Cornel Zimmer, Schoenstein, Létourneau, Casavant, and Aeolian Skinner (nonextant). Stephen has been fortunate to perform on instruments by each of these companies and is thrilled to share his love for American organs with viewers. Videos from this series will be posted on and social platforms and featured in episodes of Sacred Sounds.