WERU's Northern Journeys, hosted by Jeff Ellis.
Interview & Opera Moderne's production of George Crumb's "Ancient Voices of Children"

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Welcome to the Teaching Studio of Suzanne S. Chadwick

With the command of a few areas of the body, each person can release his/her entire voice. Through this freedom, one can more fully enjoy his/her own singing and self-expression.

General Information:
Your lessons can help you understand techniques which can expand your singing range, vocal power and colors, and expressive ability, as well as help you find more enjoyment in singing.

Each program is individualized instruction where we explore the mechanics of the body that produce the singing voice. Depending on a student’s needs, we can also delve into stress therapy. I’m proud of my flexibility to adapt to each student’s needs and wants.

Maryland/DC Chapter of National Association of Teachers of Singing

Student Review:
review in the Yellow Pages online directory:
“I don't consider myself a singer and didn't expect to stick with the lessons for long, but the experience offered by Suzanne has been great. I'm learning a lot about my voice and music in general. My voice quality has definitely increased through the lessons. As a teacher she has an incredible resume, a growth of knowledge and really seems passionate about singing and music. Her attention to detail and follow-up amazes me. She teaches in such an innovative way it's like no other experience I've had. I would recommend Suzanne to anyone who wanted to grow as an artist. No matter what level of experience you come in with you're sure to be pleased with the personal attention and overall outcome of her teachings. If you're thinking about voice lessons in the Havre de Grace area definitely check out Suzanne's Music Studio first! I'm really glad I did :)”

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 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”.

Locations: Harford, Howard and Talbot counties of Maryland

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