Hello and welcome to my website
Thank you very much for showing interest in my undertakings and I invite you to browse through the various sections at your leisure.
As a start, I was born in Adelaide, South Australia, later graduated with my music degrees at the Elder Conservatorium, University of Adelaide and shortly afterwards moved to Switzerland.
Years later, in 2009, I unexpectedly began composing, writing song texts and poetry and thanks to many supportive colleagues have since been able to have my works performed, recorded, produced, published and distributed.
A collection of works can also be found online via CD, sheet music or on YouTube with SusannahSnow’s Channel.
Hoping you enjoy my music,
January News in 2020:
Firstly, my heart especially goes out to those who have suffered because of the bushfires in Australia. Here is a piece for piano: The fire in my heart
Secondly, a CD project for soprano and piano which has spanned over the period of 10 years has now finally taken flight with 22 songs about birds, flowers and The Angel of Peace: “feathers and flowers”. I am in immense gratitude to the soprano Carmela Konrad with her moving and sparkling interpretation, a team of expert sound engineers, graphic artists, photographers and my publisher and distributor. Thank you to all who have been involved with the development of this CD helping it to reach others! A large part of sales from my music will continuously be donated to those in need – especially charity projects for children.“feathers and flowers” is now available in Musik Hug Zurich, Musik Center Sursee, Musik Grossenbacher Reinach and other outlets.
On February 1st, 2020 at 2pm I will be performing a collection of works at the opening of the new piano show room, Musik Grossenbacher Menziken. All our welcome to attend and browse.
Coming soon: “To be an Artist” is a 40′ CD of Art songs with Carmela Konrad, soprano & Susannah Snow, piano which has been inspired by art and artists including the Swiss artist Paul Klee, further Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Joan Miró and Georges Braque. I am grateful and honoured to be able to include pictures in the CD booklet which have been kindly permitted by The Rosengart Collection Museum, Lucerne.
Thanking you for your interest and wishing you a safe and healthy year ahead,