Award-winning recording artist, Broadway singer, journalist, educator and critically-acclaimed powerhouse vocalist, Susie Glaze has been called “one of the most beautiful voices in bluegrass and folk music today.” (KPFK) “…an incomparable…flat-out superb vocalist…Glaze delivers warm, amber-toned vocals that explore the psychic depth of a lyric with deft acuity and technical perfection.” (LA Weekly)
Study voice production essentials via the Zoom platform from a world-class voice coach/technique instructor. Topics of study include the basics of technique along with coaching on performance, genre style, and personal connection. Private voice students will also receive a weekly newsletter from Susie, options to video your lesson for instant viewing afterwards, and invitations to perform at a monthly open mic night hosted by Susie via Zoom. Lesson scheduling is flexible, and pricing is $60 per one-hour session.
As an educator, Susie has led singing workshops at major Southern California festivals and in private instruction, specializing in the production of a capella singing she calls “The Art of the Unaccompanied Voice.” Susie has also presented lecture demonstrations at USC Thornton School of Music and at Cal State Northridge on “Balladry to Bluegrass,” illuminating the historical path of ancient folk forms from Britain to the United States via immigration into the mountains of Appalachia, and oral tradition through the generations. A current specialist in performance and historian on the work of Jean Ritchie, Susie’s new blog on FolkWorks.com, “Song Notes: A Folk Diva’s Guide to the Galaxy” begins in January 2021. Her past articles for FolkWorks.org have also been cross-published in part at No Depression.com.