British Soprano, Susie Buckle, gained her Postgraduate Artist Diploma at Trinity Laban as an Eve Malpass and Kathleen Roberts vocal scholar, under the tutelage of Alison Wells and Jean-Paul Pruna. Susie has participated in Masterclasses with Susan Bullock, Matthew Rose, Janis Kelly, David Gowland, Sally Matthews and Mary Plazas.
This Spring, Susie will be singing the title role in Ignite Music's Borka by librettist Tim Yealland and composer Russell Hepplewhite, based on the story book by John Burningham.
Other roles include Sam-I-Am in Opera North's Green Eggs and Ham and cover Despinio in Opera North's Greek Passion; Pamina (Magic Flute) OperaUpClose, Ruth (Ruddigore) Charles Court Opera, Alyson (cover) The Rattler Mahogany Opera Group, 2nd Bridesmaid in Opera Holland Park's The Marriage of Figaro, Chief Hen and Grasshopper (Cunning Little Vixen) British Youth Opera, Emily (Dead Equal) Helios Collective, Nance (Banished) Trinity Laban Opera, Mabel (Pirates of Penzance) and Josephine (HMS Pinafore) Opera Anywhere, Rowan (The Little Sweep) and Lady-in-Waiting (Macbeth) for Blackheath Halls Opera.
During lockdown, Susie performed the soprano role in Filip Holacky's Auschwitz Lovers for Ella Marchment's Opera Harmony initiative, uniting singers and other creatives across the globe. Susie also performed in the world premiere of Ninfea Cruttwell-Reade's Reginanld: The Musings of an Edwardian Gentleman for Presteigne Digital.
Concert highlights include Jette Parker Young Artist recitals at Blackheath Halls in association with Trinity Laban; soprano soloist in Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle at the Saville Club, London, and soloist in Elijah at St John’s Smith Square, conducted by Edward Gardner.