About Suzanne's Music Studio

Suzanne Chadwick’s active career features opera, oratorio and other solo engagements. Her recent New York debut with Opera Moderne received glowing reviews. The New York Times mentions George Crumb’s “Ancient Voices of Children” as the concert’s highlight. It further stated “The work’s mezzo-soprano (here the focused, … Suzanne Chadwick) moves from keening vocalise to ghostly lyricism.” Thousand Fold Echo.com wrote “a gorgeous performance ... Chadwick’s technique appeared to be made of nothing but musicianship, with meaning behind each eery vocalise and declamation.” Other enthusiastic reviews from The Washington Post, Austin American Statesman, and The Sun have described her performing as: “brighter than the rest, her expressive tones adding just the right touch”; “dynamic voice and effective characterization"; “well colored”; “fine”; and “handled with insight”. She appeared as the mezzo-soprano soloist in Verdi’s "Messa da Requiem" with the Austin Symphony and has been featured with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Baltimore, Landon Symphonette, Frederick Orchestra, as well as The Baltimore Opera Company.

Students' Accomplishments: Individuals study with me for varying reasons: professional aspirations, personal achievements, personal growth, and stress therapy. So their accomplishments are far greater than what can be labeled here. However, my students have been: signed with a record label to whom I introduced; sang professionally (both locally and on Broadway); offered large college scholarships (as high as $88,000) and accepted into several college music programs, even as prestigious as New York University's Tisch Program, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University and Berklee College of Music; cast as principal roles in high school, middle school and community productions, selected for Carnegie Hall Middle School and High School Honors Programs, (Maryland) All-State, All-Shore, All-County and All-Eastern Choruses; chosen as winners in the District Auditions for the National Association of Teachers of Singing; featured as soloists in community choruses and church choirs; received other community-based scholarships; and most have “found their voice”.