Suzanne Morrison is a freelance vocalist and private voice instructor in the Denver area, featured with such groups as the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, the Ultraphonic Jazz Orchestra, and The New Sound. She is a vocalist of a rare breed – one who can sing a beautiful melody and create exciting jazz solos. Suzanne has appeared as a guest or featured vocalist on several recordings, such as Andy Nevala’s Waiting in the Alley, and in the spring of 2000 released her own debut album, From Where You Are. She completed her Masters of Music in Vocal Performance and Choral Conducting at the University of Northern Colorado and is currently an Artist-in-Residence at Colorado State University directing the vocal jazz ensemble.
Suzanne has appeared in concert as vocal soloist with jazz trumpeter and composer Kenny Wheeler, and has been a featured vocalist with University of Northern Colorado’s Lab Band 1, Et Cetera, The Malone Tones, and such other groups as D’Fusion and The Yellowstone Big Band; she has also been a featured guest jazz artist at the Yellowstone Jazz Festival. In addition to her jazz work, Suzanne has been active in opera, performing the role of “The Queen of the Night” in Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute and has been a featured classical soloist with the UNC Concert Choir and Chamber Choir as well as the Soprano Soloist at St. John’s Cathedral in Denver.
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