|Born||1987 (age 29–30)
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
|Instruments||piano, pipe organ|
Trick began playing piano at the age of five. Her interest outside of classical music began at the age of ten, when her piano teacher introduced her to ragtime. She received her BA degree in music with honors from the University of Chicago in 2009. Trick demonstrates piano performance and composition styles of stride, ragtime and jazz piano from the 1900s to the 1940s. She emphasizes jazz standards, stride and boogie-woogie tunes with an accent on her specialty of Harlem stride.  Trick and her husband, pianist Paolo Alderighi, reside in both St. Louis and Milan, Italy, his home town.
- Piano Tricks (2005)
- Ragtime Tricks (2006)
- Hear That Rhythm! (2008)
- Stephanie Trick LIVE (2010)
- Something More (2011) - with Danny Coots (drums) and Jay Hungerford (bass)
- Two For One (2012) - with Paolo Alderighi (piano)
- Fourteen (2012) - with Lorraine Feather (vocal)
- Sentimental Journey (2014) - with Paolo Alderighi (piano)
- Bach Prelude and Fugue (A Min.) on Rockefeller Chapel Organ on Stephanie Trick's YouTube Channel
- Biography. Retrieved from http://stephanietrick.com/biography.htm.
- Bio at West Coast Ragtime Society website. Retrieved from http://www.westcoastragtime.com/bios/bio_trick_09.htm
- Peters, Bill (April 16, 2010). "Great Strides at the Piano: Stephanie Trick re-ignites interest in Ragtime, Stride and Jazz Piano.". Peter's Music News.
- Wolff, Don (May 11, 2010). "Interview and Classic Jazz with Stephanie Trick". DonWolff.com.
- "la jeune "polyvalente" du Harlem stride" (the Harlem stride young versatile), in 88 notes pour piano solo, Jean-Pierre Thiollet, Neva Editions, 2015, p. 267. ISBN 978 2 3505 5192 0