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Suzanna Griffith, known as the "Southern Belle-ter" because of her powerful belting voice, is a classically trained soprano born and raised in North Carolina where she earned a B.A. in Theatre and Communications from the prestigious Wake Forest University. Suzanna is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc., the largest professional association of teachers of singing in the world. She is also a member of SAG/AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild) and ASCAP. Her focus on contemporary music clients include a wide range of students - signed artists, celebrities, and people of all ages who are passionate about singing. Suzanna has graced many stages in musical theatre as Guenevere, Adelaide, Hodel, Rosie, and Iolanthe. She also has the distinction of performing with various bands from the sunset strip at The Whiskey and The Roxy to the Catalina Jazz Club. She is a writer and recording artist. She is also a vocalist for a jazz and blues band with prestigious musicians including Chris Wilson and his fellow musicians who have played for Paul McCartney, Paul Simon and Bette Midler to name a few. As a philanthropist, Suzanna is the creator, producer, and headliner for special events benefiting Healing Arts Reaching Kids (HARK), a charitable organization at Children's Hospital Los Angeles that provides music and art therapy classes to critically ill children. Suzanna serves as an Honorary Board Member and enjoys giving back to her charity of choice. Suzanna’s studies with the acclaimed Elisabeth Howard, founder of Vocal Power Academy, for 15 years allowing her to bring a wealth of experience and training to her students. As an accomplished singer and vocal coach, she earned her certification in 2013 and proudly sits as an active member of the Vocal Power Academy faculty. As a seasoned professional who is based in Los Angeles, Suzanna says, “Through the voices of my students, they learn to sing, find confidence in themselves, discover their niche as an artist, and experience the joy of music.” We believe you will agree with her philosophy.