Get to Know Susan Davies Music Studio
Welcome to Susan Davies Music, a hybrid voice studio for teenagers and adults! You are an equal partner in your artistic journey here, and my goal is to empower you to develop your own autonomy, authenticity, and artistry. Through a combination of voice science and movement practices, you will uncover your unique sound and build confidence in your voice. I take a holistic approach to singing that leads singers away from good/bad and right/wrong binary thinking towards playful exploration. This creates space to experiment with your voice and to understand your entire being as an expressive instrument.
Get to Know Susan
Susan is a Boston-based singer, educator, and entrepreneur. A versatile artist comfortable teaching and performing musical theater, opera, operetta, art song, and choral works, Susan strives to empower others through her diverse range of singing and teaching.
As a teacher, Susan expertly combines evidence-based pedagogy and movement-based practices to guide students to self-discovery and artistic empowerment. She is the founder of Susan Davies Music, a hybrid voice studio for adolescent and adult singers, and she runs the voice program at the Watertown Children’s Theater. In addition, she teaches college students and community members in private and group settings through Tufts University. Through a holistic approach to voice lessons, she empowers her students to lead with curiosity, to build problem-solving and stress management skills outside traditional or clinical modalities, and to delight in the ability to use their whole being as an expressive instrument. She regularly creates new online and in-person offerings designed for adults and teenagers to engage with creativity in new and different ways. Susan views singing as a wonderful medium to explore autonomy, self-awareness, and authentic expression.
Susan received her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Ithaca College and her Master of Music in Voice Performance from the Longy School of Music of Bard College. She regularly pursues continuing education in topics such as vocal pedagogy, embodied movement, and entrepreneurship.