Stephanie Timoschek-Gumpinger studied IGP and piano performance at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Annamaria Bodoky-Krause, Noel Flores, Stefan Arnold and Alexander Rößler. In her musical career she was, among other things, a prize winner in the competition for young Austrian artists "Gradus ad Parnassum" and received the "Martha Debelli" and "Streif" scholarships, which were awarded to her by the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz.
For many years Stephanie Timoschek-Gumpinger has been active as a solist as well as in various ensembles and orchestras such as the RSO Vienna, the Lower Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra or the ensemble "die reihe". Her permanent chamber music partners include members of the Vienna Philharmonic and the RSO Vienna. Her concert activities have taken her to the Salzburg Festival, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Romania, Belgium, Luxembourg, China and Japan. Contemporary music plays a special role in her repertoire - the pianist has premiered several works by important composers. In 2009, her double CD with the complete piano works of Rudolf Hindemith was released by ORF.
Stephanie Timoschek-Gumpinger is particularly committed to promoting young musicians. Since 1997 the pianist has been working as a piano teacher at various music schools. Many of her students have won numerous prizes at national and international competitions and have been in demand as solists by concert agencies and orchestras.
Stephanie Timoschek-Gumpinger regularly performs as a pianist in children's concerts at the MV and Konzerthaus Vienna (Kling Klang, Jeunesse). She is also a lecturer at the opera camps of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra within the framework of the Salzburg Festival.
Since 2019 she has been giving master classes and lectures for piano teachers in China.
Since 2011 Stephanie Timoschek-Gumpinger is Senior Lecturer for Solo and Class Repetition and compulsory subject piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Since October 2020 she has been teaching in the highly gifted course and in the preparatory course at the Institute for Piano Performance.