Trevor Stephenson-harpsichordist and artistic director of the Madison Bach Musicians-has degrees in piano performance from the University of Missouri and University of Illinois, and received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Historical Performance of Eighteenth-Century Music from Cornell University. In 1990 he moved to Madison, Wisconsin, where, with Norman Sheppard, he has rebuilt and customized a series of historical keyboard instruments ranging from Italian Renaissance harpsichords to Victorian pianos. In 1994 he founded the Light & Shadow concert and recording company and has released eleven recordings on that label. He tours throughout the United States as performer and lecturer, and has taught piano at Edgewood College since 1999. His harpsichord was made in 1997 by Norman Sheppard of Madison; it is modeled on a late 17th-century Dutch instrument by Couchet.