Susan Croall BEM, BMus, LRAM
Susan was born in Bristol and educated at Badminton School, St. Alban’s High School and Leicester Collegiate.
Having gained a B.Mus degree at Edinburgh University, where she also studied piano, violin and accompanying, she did teacher training at Moray College of Education.
After teaching music in London Susan was appointed Head of Music at Glanmor School, Swansea and later taught piano at Oakleigh House School. She now teaches piano and theory privately.
Susan has accompanied choirs, singers and instrumentalists including the National Eisteddfod Choir, Neath Opera and Uplands Arts Society and is Administrator of the John Fussell Award for Young Musicians.
She is a former member of Swansea Bach Choir and the BBC National Chorus of Wales with which she sang in various European venues including the Vienna Musikverein and the Concertgeouw in Amsterdam as a well as concerts in Paris and Finland and performances at the Proms In London.
During a long association with the Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts she served as Vice Chairman and later Administrator.
In 2020 Susan was awarded the BEM for services to music in Swansea.