I am listening to your wonderful rendition of Rick Sowash's "Sunday Morning Variations". Thank you.
Hi Suzanne, Hope you remember me. I was a very close friend of your mother when we lived in Roslyn. We kept in touch for many years afterwards through visits, phone calls, e-mail, etc. I tried contacting her several times in recent years. I would be so greatful if you could bring me up to date. She was a very special friend. Sincerely, Edie (Edith) Wax
I was interested to "google" you after speaking with your mother this morning. You have a remarkable story. You play beautifully. I hope we will meet in person some day.
Hello, Suzanne. Just a quick note to let you know that I'm playing "Solitaire" from your CD on my weekly radio show, Music of our Mothers, Wednesday, Feb 5 between 1:00 and 2:00. The two-hour show streams live on iheartradio; simply search for WFCF, Flagler College Radio in St. Augustine, FL. I look forward to sharing your music with the WFCF listening audience.
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Greetings! I've had some delays in working on the extended version of Contemplation in Memoriam (getting over a respiratory infection). I'll have the piece for you by Monday. Thanks again for asking me to write more.
Beautiful music... Am still listening. Will be back soon to listen again.
Your website is wonderful, like everything else you do!!! I look forward to hearing you play again and again! Douglas DaSilva Artistic Director-Composer's Voice http://www.google.com
I enjoyed listening in on your site and esp. loved the Kramer Sonata, which I thought you play with a lyrical beauty and warmth of tone. Forgive me my rash comments here please, which can only be superficial, not having heard you play before or elsewhere, but it seems to me, you prefer lyrical works? The reason I'm asking is: I'm thinking of writing a piece for the Composers' Voice call for scores and would like to know, whether you also like to perform 'extended techniques' on the cello and are interested in 'experimentalism'?
Thanks in advance for getting back to me &
Amazing performance last night at St. Peter's Church in Manhattan! Very impressive and you are extremely talented. Looking forward to future performances.
Great website! :-)
Your website is wonderful, like everything else you do!!! I look forward to hearing you play again and again!
Artistic Director-Composer's Voice
What a beautiful website. Looking forward to your summer concerts!
The site looks and sounds great!
So pleased to see all the Suzanne Mueller information in one sweet spot! Love your Quiet Strength recording...can't wait to hear more.