Stephen Fischer received the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Saxophone Performance from the University of Georgia, studying with Dr. Kenneth Fischer. In addition, he earned both the Master of Music Degree in Saxophone Performance and the Bachelor of Music Degree in Music Education at the University of Georgia. During his studies, Dr. Fischer performed in master classes for saxophonists Eugene Rousseau and Claude Delangle. Additionally, he attended Domaine Forget International Music and Dance Academy in Quebec, Canada during which studied with saxophonists Jean-Marie Londeix and Jean-Francois Guay.
Dr. Fischer has appeared as a soloist at Biennial Conferences of the North American Saxophone Alliance held at the University of South Carolina in 2008, the University of Georgia in 2010, and most recently at Arizona State University in 2012. He has also performed at regional meetings of the North American Saxophone Alliance in Regions 6 and 4. In addition, he has performed at meetings of the World Saxophone Congress in Minneapolis, Minnesota (2003), Ljubljana, Slovenia (2006), and in St. Andrews, Scotland during the summer of 2012.
Dr. Fischer has served on the faculties of the University of West Georgia, Clemson University, and the University of Georgia. Currently, Dr. Fischer is a member of the faculty in the Department of Music of Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia.