Susanna Squires

Introduction:

Classically trained pianist and singer, Susanna is versatile in her ability to perform many genres - notably classical, musical theatre, jazz, blues, soul and pop.

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About Susanna...

Susanna Squires is a singer, songwriter, pianist, musical director and vocal coach.

Classically trained pianist and singer, Susanna is versatile in her ability to perform many genres - notably classical, musical theatre, jazz, blues, soul and pop.

After finishing her studies in Cambridge, and being awarded the highest score in the UK for OCR Performing Arts '07, Susanna was signed to 24/7 Management and subsequently wrote and co-produced her debut album 'Scrapbook', working with producer Tim Ellis (Julian Lennon/Universal/Sony/EMI). Whilst promoting the material Susanna has supported Natalie Imbruglia, The Sugababes, Tinchy Stryder, and Lemar amongst other high profile gigs. Susanna also appeared alongside Will Young at the Royal Albert Hall as a member of the ensemble ACM Gospel Choir.

An accomplished dancer and actress, Susanna has West End credits to her name - performing the role of 'Fantine' in Les Miserables, Queen's Theatre, London, for the musical's 20th Anniversary Production.

The Rotary 1999 Young Vocal Musician of the Year and 2003 Vocal Musician of the Year has vast performance credits as a soloist to HRH Prince Charles, at the Royal Albert Hall, at St. Mark's Basilica, Venice, The Coliseum, Rome and regular appearances at the Llangollen Eisteddford and International and European tours.

After being successfully awarded the title of Associate of the London College of Music in July 2010, Susanna gained the higher honour of Licentiate of the London College of Music in April 2011.

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