Suzanna studies singing with Cathy Pope. Previously, she studied voice at the Royal Academy of Music with Valerie Masterson and Kenneth Bowen. After graduating, she studied singing with Janice Chapman.
Operatic roles include Countess Almaviva (Rosina) in Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro (June 2017 with Felici Opera, on tour), Ludmilla in Smetena’s Bartered Bride (Almaviva Opera) and Belinda in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, on tour in Catalonia, Spain, directed by Nigel Rogers. She is very much looking forward to singing her forthcoming role of Donna Elvira in Mozart’s Don Giovanni in October 2018, on tour with Felici Opera, with a performance at Hatfield House.
Oratorio repertoire includes Dyson Hierusalem, Mozart Exsultate Jubilate and Rutter Requiem, (London Choral Society/Ronald Corp). In Honneger’s dramatic oratorio, ‘Joan of Arc at the Stake’, she sang the Virgin Mary (Crouch End Festival Chorus/David Temple).
Suzanna gives regular recitals for the ‘Friends Music’ Series in Welwyn Garden City. She sings with the Ensemble of St Luke’s Quartet in Merseyside, and with Occasional Strings in London and Hertfordshire.
She has sung in masterclasses for Nicolai Gedda, Robert Tear, Jill Gomez, Valerie Masterson, Nigel Rogers and Denis Stevens and has been the featured artist with the North London Philharmonia.
Suzanna balances her oratorio, opera and recital career with singing teaching, in Hertfordshire, where she lives with her husband and two daughters.