As a soprano soloist Suzanne has performed with many orchestral, choral and chamber music groups both on the International stage and throughout Ireland.
Her music career to date has seen her perform in U.S.A, Canada, Turkey and throughout Europe. An improviser, and early and contemporary music enthusiast, Suzanne also enjoys working in close harmony ensembles as well as being a soloist. She is Lay Vicar Choral Soprano in Christchurch Cathedral Choir Dublin, and works frequently with Mark Duley’s ‘Resurgam’.
A lyric soprano, she studied with Irene Sanford at Queens University of Belfast, graduating with BMus (Hons) in 2000.
She won a writing and performance scholarship to FABRICA MUSICA (Italy) in 2004 where she worked as part of composer Andrea Molino’s international multi-media work “CREDO, the Innocence of God,” and created the voice/cello ensemble “TwoVersus” with NZ cellist Hugo Smit.
Suzanne has toured as Principle Soprano with Bill Whelan’s ‘Riverdance‘ 2005-7, and toured the U.S. in 2013 singing with Irish music show ‘Celtic Nights’. She has performed with Baadische Staatskapelle Karlsruhe, the Ulster Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, RTE Concert Orchestra and Irish Baroque Orchestra. She has also premiered new music of composers Simon Mawhinney, David Bremner, Brian Byrne, Rod McGahon, Tom Lane, Linda Buckley, Garth McConaghie, William Barton and the Irish Composers Collective.
She has performed as soloist and chorister in International Choral Competitons 2007-2013 with Bernie Sherlock’s multi-award winning ‘New Dublin Voices’ and she features in various CD recordings as their featured soloist. She has also sung as soprano for Crux, Peregryne and Tonnta Music, Early and Contemporary Vocal ensembles, for international concert tours.