Reviews: 2016 Twickenham Fest

In late August, Susanna was joined by 15 other artists for Twickenham Fest, the annual chamber music festival in Huntsville, Alabama which she co founded Twickenham Fest with bassoonist Matthew McDonald in 2010. Read the concert reviews here!

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Orfeo ed Euridice announced at Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2016-17 season!

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St. Louis Symphony | Interview and Praise for Mahler & Vivier

Susanna Phillips joins music director David Robinson at the St. Louis Symphony for a concert of repertoire centering on a “childlike view of life, and beyond.”

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The Met announces the 2016-17 Season!

In her 9th consecutive year at the Met, Susanna Phillips will star in two productions beginning next fall.

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Stepping in with Berlin Philharmonic | Beethoven Symphony no. 9

Susanna joins Maestro Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic for their New York City performance of Beethoven’s iconic 9th Symphony.

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Opera News’ “Practical Perspectives” with Susanna! December 2015 Vol. 80, No. 6

The December issue of Opera News is out in stores!

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Reviews: Filas Requiem with Oratorio Society of New York

On November 2, 2015, the Oratorio Society of New York opened their season with Filas’ Requiem.

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Reviews | San Francisco Symphony – Barber’s “Knoxville: Summer of 1915″

The reviews are out! Susanna Phillips’ return to San Francisco joining the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and conductor Michael Tilson Thomas for Barber’s “Knoxville: Summer of 1915.”

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A Chat with The Huffington Post | 2015-16 Season

Susanna gives The Huffington Post contributor Sean Martinfield her thoughts on Barber’s work “Knoxville: Summer of 1915″, her upcoming role as Juliette in the February-March 2016 production of Romeo et Juliette at The Lyric Opera of Chicago, and more.

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Review | Aspen Music Festival 2015

Susanna Phillips joins the Aspen Music Festival for two concerts during the 2015 summer season. In the first of these performances, Phillips offered Haydn’s “Berenice, che fai?” with conductor Patrick Summers. Read more about this concert in the review below! — “More vocal music jump-started the weekend. Susanna Phillips provided the highlight of Friday‚Äôs Chamber

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