'A vibrant, rich mezzo voice'
'A rich mezzo quality that is naturally communicative'
Susan Legg - Mezzo-Soprano
SUSAN LEGG ‘A lustrous mezzo soprano’ - The Sunday Times
Since winning the National Mozart Singing Competition, Susan's flourishing career has taken her to major venues worldwide. Specialising in contemporary song, she has broadcast for BBC Radio 3 and Norwegian Radio. Legendary mezzo Christa Ludwig described Susan's lyric mezzo as ‘a beautiful voice with a fine coloratura’.
Susan has given vocal and piano recitals at the Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room and St. John, Smith’s Square and performed at Glyndebourne, Bayreuth, Wexford and Aldeburgh Festivals and the Walton Trust, Ischia. She has sung all Elgar’s choral works, Bach’s Passions, the Verdi and Mozart Requiems and toured Handel’s Messiah in Mexico.
Susan has recorded soundtracks for Film, TV and video games. She co-wrote the music for the film The Impressionists - and the man who made them in 2015 and her voice features on Stephen Baysted's film score Renoir: Revered and Reviled, which premiered in February 2016 and played in cinemas worldwide. She recorded all the piano tracks for the film I, Claude Monet (February 2017).
Susan studied singing with Margaret Kingsley at the Royal College of Music and National Opera Studio and piano with Clifford Benson and Phyllis Sellick, OBE.