The Yorkshire born soprano, Suzi Saperia, obtained her MusB (Hons) from the University of Manchester where she was awarded the Proctor-Gregg Recital Prize and went on to complete her MMus in Vocal Studies at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
Suzi has performed at venues across the UK and Europe, both as a soloist and a member of various vocal ensembles including the Bridgewater Hall, Barbican Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall and the Wigmore Hall to name a few, as well as appearing on BBC Songs of Praise and being broadcast on BBC Radio 3. She has also performed for Ryedale Festival Opera, Opera Anywhere, Welsh National Youth Opera, Leeds Lieder, Zêzere Arts Festival (Portugal) and Léran Music Festival (France).
More recently, Suzi has been expanding her work with people living with dementia, working for both the Wigmore Hall and Leeds Playhouse. She has been a Live Music Now musician with The Leading Ladies ensemble in London since 2014 and is continuing her work with the company now she has moved back to Yorkshire.