Susan Yondt was born in Buffalo, New York and began her piano studies
at seven years of age. In her teens, she studied with concert pianist Frieda Manes.
Her degrees include the “Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance” from the State University
of New York at Buffalo, where she studied with piano professor Stephen Manes;
and the “Master of Music”, Cum laude, from the University of Louisville, Kentucky,
under the teaching of piano professor Lee Luvisi.
Susan moved to Sweden in 1979 where she has played many concerts throughout the years.
She also plays concerts every year in the United States, mostly solo recitals, and has
performed concerti with orchestras in many cities in Sweden as well as accompanying
soloists and choirs. She performs chamber music frequently and has played various programs
on European radio and television.
Susan Yondt teaches piano at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and at the Uppsala
CD recordings include “Presenting Amy Beach”, “Beloved Music of Chopin”, “Mozart; 250 years”, “Music for an Anniversary” with music
of Edvard Grieg, and her most recent recording "Music for Children" with music by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Debussy.
Listen to Susan on her website and check dates for future concerts: www.susanyondt.se