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Suzy Wilde

Suzy Wilde

Biography

Suzy Wilde is a Canadian musical theatre composer, songwriter, and arranger based in Toronto. Wilde grew up singing on stages across the country with her mother, songwriter and musical theatre composer Nancy White. She has written scores for the musicals (with Barbara Johnston) Be Kind, Rewind (Randolph Academy, Edge of the Sky Theatre) and Maddie’s Karaoke Birthday Party (Charcoal Sketch Productions), (with librettist Matt Bernard) Crack of Doom (Bravo Academy, Yellow Door Theatre), and (with Anika Johnson and Barbara Johnston) Summerland (Edge of the Sky Theatre, Toronto Fringe). Wilde has composed and arranged for Sheridan College, Spectrum Music, Musicata Hamilton’s Voices, Regent Park’s “The Journey” project, The Guelph Youth Choir, The Wexford Gleeks and Musical Stage’s Make Me a Song and Noteworthy projects. Wilde is a singer, instrumentalist, and performer. She plays guitar and sings in country-folk trio, Dirty Dishes and frequently tours as musical director and “Posh” in a Spice Girls Tribute band Wannabe.

This year, Wilde is partnering with Julie Tepperman and Toronto's Musical Stage Company, creating a 40-minute oratorio to be performed in June by up to 100 youth from the Regent Park School of Music choir.

Experience

  • Concerts/Cabaret
  • Education
  • TV/Film
  • Tours

Regions

  • Other Countries

Expertise

  • Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
  • Music Assistant
  • Songwriter
  • Singer/Songwriter
  • Orchestrator
  • Vocal Arranger
  • Music Copyist
  • Music Transcriber

Instruments

  • Guitar - acoustic
  • Guitar - electric
  • Piano
  • Voice

Software

  • GarageBand
  • Logic
  • MainStage
  • Sibelius

Affiliations

  • ASCAP

Pronouns

  • She/Her