Stephanie Lottermoser started taking classical piano lessons and vocal training at the age of 7, with 14 she started to play saxophone and took lessons with Karsten Gorzel, Johannes Enders, Don Menza and Axel Kühn. She studied jazz saxophone with Leszek Zadlo at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich.
From 2000 - 2008 she was a member of the State Youth Jazz Orchestra Bavaria, also multiple winner in the competition "Jugend Jazzt" in the solo and ensemble classification. Since 2009 she is a teacher for saxophone and Combo in the workshop "Jazz Juniors" of the Bavarian State Youth Jazz Orchestra www.ljjb.de.
In 2013/14 she received a six month scholarship oft he bavarian gouvernment for a stay at the "Cité Internationale des Arts" in Paris. Since then various new projects and collaborations were built that will continue, especially her work with french pianist François Faure who also plays on her current album.
In autumn 2014 she was invited as a "featured artist" to play on the Smooth Jazz Europe Festival with the US-piano and keyboard player Bob Baldwin.
So far she released four albums for which she composed and arranged all the music: 2009 "Second Glance", 2013 "Good Soul" with special guest Joo Kraus, 2015 "Paris Songbook" with Special Guest Torsten Goods and 2018 "This Time". This Time was produced by Steve Greenwell, recorded at Studios Saint Germain Paris and Steve Greenwell´s Asbury Park/New York, it reached #2 on the German Jazz Charts. Stephanie Lottermosers fifths album willl be released on LEOPARD Records in February 2021.
Since 2020 she's co-hosting a german Podcast about Jazz called JAZZ MOVES SCHNACK.
She is touring with her band in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and other countries, mainly across Europe.
Endorsements: - Yamaha Performing Artist ( Yamaha 82Z Custom tenor saxophone) - Vandoren Germany (mouthpieces and reeds - V16 3,5)
"Jugend Jazzt" awards in the categories: band, soloist
Bayerischer Kunstförderpreis 2013/Cultural Award of the Bavarian Gouvernment
2013: scholarship for a six month stay at the Cité International des Arts in Paris
"There is this new sound, the new form, the new vision and the beauty in the chaos: Stephanie Lottermoser sets off with a drive that keeps the listeners in the sold-out Geltinger "Hinterhalt" at the Pipapo Festival on a very normal Tuesday evening suspended between magic and rationality. The musician, composer and singer has gathered a hand-picked crew of musicians around her, who not only participate in this tremendous intensity and the will-o'-the-wisp between almost all facets of jazz and beyond components like notation or repeatability, but - as it seems - develop it just in this moment.
Her voice is fresh and clear, almost girlish. She doesn't have to strain her vocal chords to captivate and move.