Campus Address: Rockwell Hall 203
Susan Schuman has been a member of the Buffalo State College music faculty since 2008. The Silver Creek, NY, native is one of the most sought-after accompanists and coaches in the Western New York area, known for her work with both instrumental and vocal soloists. Susan is a frequent performer in the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Chautauqua Symphony, where she performs on piano, celesta, organ, and harpsichord. Susan has collaborated with faculty and student recitals at Buffalo State, Canisius College, Eastman School of Music, SUNY Fredonia, and the University at Buffalo. Recent recitals include collaborations with BPO members Henry Ward, principal oboe; Glenn Einschlag, principal bassoon; Brett Shurtliffe, double bass; Amy Glidden, associate concertmaster; and Amelie Fradette, cello. Susan has been accompanist for the prestigious JoAnn Falletta International Guitar Concerto Competition since its inception in 2004.
Susan is a member of the Buffalo Chamber Players, (Ensemble-In-Residence at the Albright Knox Art Gallery), and is director of music at Kenmore United Methodist Church. Susan also maintains a private piano and coaching studio. A graduate of the University at Buffalo with a degree in piano performance, she has also attended Ithaca College and Harvard University.
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