Sue Casson is a singer songwriter. Her songs have been heard on BBC radio and TV, on stage in shows,
and in cabaret from London to New York.
Clever, catchy, lyrical and sharp by turns her songs range from contemporary comment to torchsong ballad with theatre at the heart.
At present she is working with Tom Blackmore on English Cabaret, which they founded 5 years ago to provide a platform for their work onstage in shows and cabaret, and increasingly online.
Their future plans include recordings of a new set of songs from a woman, a piano... alongside more performances. Film, recording and further performances of Dreams of Peace & Freedom looking towards 2020, the 75th anniversary of IMT Nuremberg, with regular cabaret performances of The Human's in the Telling.
Casson is also a regular voice-over artist, occasional actor and a keen, hands on supporter of creativity in the young. Her work has lead to a number of long standing creative partnerships.
'witty lyrics and soaring melodies'
'Strikingly beautiful melody with sorrowful folk inflections'
'There is an Englishness to the music of Casson, not Britishness.
Traditional in the truest sense -
folk songs that are timeless.'
Thos Ribbetts Musicaltalk
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'something of the quality of both Sondheim and Victoria Wood'
'at its best, the score reminded me of the work of Richard Rodney Bennett - childlike, but never childish, and certainly not straight forwards'
'Sue's clear haunting voice reminds me of Dory Previn'
Michael Nelsen webtv.net
Sue Casson & The Brannick Academy
how a decade of Chiddingstone Castle cabaret spawned 2 CDs and
a cabaret sensation.
Collaborations with Simon Rae
what happened when a songwriter met a poet
Nurturing young creativity
from CBBC to facilitating show writing in schools
The voice at The British Library
'haunting original songs'
a woman, a piano...