Susie Bishop


"The songs were exquisitely sung by Susie Bishop .. Clearly at ease with the language, she neither over-dramatised the pieces nor made them stilted, rather enhancing Wyatt's tone of quiet melancholy and amused resignation." - John Shand, SMH

"When she sang... there was a sustained release of smiling personality" - Classikon

“Violin [was] gorgeous on Piazzolla's Zum" - SMH

“Bell-like soprano... full of beautiful sound and lovely story telling” - Classikon

"Highlights were violinist Susie Bishop's melting singing on Luna Tucumana and bandoneon player Emily-Rose Sarkova's vocal on En Este Tarde Gris" - SMH

"Her clear, clean soprano is well suited to early music" - Sounds Like Sydney



'I Monti', the title track from Chaika's new album. Piece composed by Laura Bishop, set to Italian poetry by Edoardo di Giovanni. See for more info

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