Noted for her "impressive vocal range," soprano Amy Suznovich was the first recipient of the Deborah Maher Award and received nominations for Best Leading Actress as Cunegonde in Candide and Best Female Solo for her performance of Glitter and Be Gay. She most recently performed at the King's Theater in Brooklyn, televised live on EWTN, as the Cantor/Soloist for the Silver Jubilee of the Magnificat with the Philharmonia Orchestra of New York and Magnificat Foundation.
This season's performances include Annina/Violetta (cover) in La Traviata, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Konstanze in Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail and Adele in Die Fledermaus. Last season she performed as Gilda in Verdi in Vermont and Musetta in La Boheme with the Southern Vermont Lyric Theatre, Musetta with the Orchestra Society of Philadelphia, and as Soprano Soloist for Saint-Saens Christmas Oratorio with the Kips Bay Chorale and Soprano Soloist for Handel's Messiah with Hunterdon Symphony.
She performed as the Hungarian Opera Singer in Our Town Now at the George Street Playhouse, and originated the roles of Frenchie in A Night in the Wilde Wild West with the Baroque Orchestra of NJ, and Dr. Lipskom in Sephro: Earth's Revenge at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. She has performed with organizations that include the Newtown Chamber Orchestra, the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra, Queens Opera (NJ), Boheme Opera, trio@Play and Main Street Theatre, among others. Some of her signature roles include Musetta (La Boheme), Cunegonde (Candide), Lucia (Lucia di Lammermoor) and Gilda (Rigoletto), as well as Orff's Carmina Burana, Handel's Messiah, and Saint-Saens' Christmas Oratorio in the concert repertoire.
Honoring her Polish-Hungarian-American heritage, she has performed Hungarian Operetta with the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra, the Hungarian Festival in New Brunswick, the Carousel Ball Gala for the American Hungarian Foundation and also with Csurdongolo, a hungarian folk dance group.
Ms. Suznovich is an alumni of the OperaWorks Winter Intensive, a magna cum laude graduate of Ithaca College and studies Improv at the Magnet Theater in NYC. Also active in theater, Amy has portrayed Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Serenity in Mitch Albom's And The Winner Is and Rapunzel in Into the Woods at the Villagers Theatre in Somerset. She also appeared at the Access Theater (NYC) in When Words Fail as Elizabeth Swan and Helen.
Amy has performed the National Anthem and God Bless America for the Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Cannons Major League Lacrosse, Rochester Rattlers Major League Lacrosse, Sky Blue FC Soccer Team (NJ), Trenton Thunder Baseball (NJ), Staten Island Yankees Baseball, Long Island Ducks Baseball (NY), Long Island Rough Riders Soccer Team (NY), Lake County Captains Baseball (OH), Somerset Patriots Baseball (NJ), and New Britain Rock Cats Baseball (CT).
Highly sought after as a soloist for weddings, private parties, wedding anniversaries and other special events, contact Amy for more information about rates/availability.
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