More about Sue

Sue started her musical life by playing piano from a very young age and continuing on to violin, flute, clarinet, ukulele and djembe.  Her love for singing started at school and she became a strong alto voice in choirs in her home town.

Her love for helping children to sing was developed when she graduated as a primary school teacher and she began to direct the school choirs and musicals. She particularly enjoys working towards performances however Choirs4kids does not focus on the finished performance, instead Sue works on the techniques that children need in order to succeed in any type of performance in their every day lives.

On a personal level, Sue has enjoyed performing on stage in local amateur theatre groups as well as singing in choirs.  She directs VividVoices (adult community choirs) and is Australian Host Coordinator for World Singing Day. Her next project is along the lines of a virtual choir enabling people from all areas of life to sing as part of a group.  Watch this space!

She enjoys cooking, speaking French, and being mum to her daughter and fur babies in her spare time along with continuing to learn more about singing and all things musical.