Review of Giggles’n Kids Collection in the BCRMTA Progressions Magazine

“Short enough to easily hold a student’s interest and challenging enough to be useful for instruction, this book is a treasure trove for both learner and instructor. It could be used as a supplemental book for any method or learned from beginning to end. Highly recommended!” by Joyce Janzen

From Dance, Danse, Danza Collection Volume 3, Scatter Dance was reviewed in the CFMTA Canadian Music Teacher magazine.

“A virtuosic showpiece, this is an energetic and powerful advanced atonal piano solo at an ARCT/Diploma Level”. You can read the whole review here.

My Piano Mime in Concert’ and my ‘Dance, Danse, Danza’ collections were reviewed in the national CFMTA Canadian Music Teacher Magazine. Both very informative and extremely positive comments offered. Click here to read the reviews.

A wonderful review of my Let’s Pretend! collection has just been published in the CFMTA’s Canadian Music Teacher Magazine. You can read the article by clicking on this link.  CFMTA-Winter-2018

new winterThe CFMTA Canadian Music Teacher magazine published a lovely reivew of my Winter CollectionYou can read the review by opening this link CFMTA Review of Winter Collection.

Jesters Dance Cover for webA wonderful review of Jester’s Dance duet by the Canadian Music Teacher Magazine. You can read the review by clicking on Jester review

Two wonderful reviews of my Piano Poems’ collection and Rhythm Practice’ books in the CFMTA Canadian Music Teacher publication

Click on Piano Poems or Rhythm Practice to read the reviews.

Catch the Magic piano collection received a wonderful review in CFMTA’S Canadian Music Teacher magazine. You can Click on  CFMTA Catch the Magic to read it.

The Canadian Music Teacher reviewed Arctic Voices in its January 2013 issue.  Click CFMTA Arctic Voices  to read the review!

The ‘Lament for the Polar Bear’ from Arctic Voices receives a great review on LaDona’s Music Studio Blog.


“Susan’s music is more cutting edge than a lot of current pedagogical music. Hers explores a lot more raw emotion, translated into music via rhythm and harmony……This is another collection that is worth it for one piece”


Link here to read the whole article.

Lavender Dreams’ and ‘Forgotten’ from the Piano Poems Collection have been reviewed by Luke Bartolomeo on his weekly Podcast where he reviews and performs Intermediate Piano Music.


Saskatchewan RMT Online journal – OPUS – has just written a review of the Piano Poems  Collection.

“This collection of 9 piano pieces is sure to delight the introspective pianist”.

 You can click on  Opus Review to read the entire review.