Sue Bohlin

Sue Bohlin (Colloborative accompanist) enjoys a busy career as freelance pianist, composer, vocal coach, and conductor. Sue has worked with several leading arts organizations and schools in the Bay Area and beyond, including a recent semester teaching musical theater at Stanford University. A music performance graduate of the Conservatory at University of the Pacific, she taught oboe at the National Conservatory in Mexico City and played with several orchestras. She was Music Director with SF’s George Coates Performance Works Theater for a decade where she conducted Steve Reich’s Dessert Music;  Sue has performed in major concert venues in Hungary, Austria, Canada, Estonia, England, Wales, Poland, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Slovenia, Spain, Singapore, Slovakia, Croatia, Malaysia, China, Italy, Taiwan, Japan, Brazil, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Norway, Mexico, Italy, Cuba, and throughout the U.S. She tours and works with Robert Geary’s choirs extensively, including Volti (former SF Chamber Singers), Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir where she co conducted the children in Britten’s War Requiem and has prepared the choirs for the SF Opera and Symphony. She is the recipient of the Piedmont Choir’s Founders Award and has written several pieces for them. Her music is published by Alliance Music and Santa Barbara Music Publishers.   S.F. composer Mark Winges wrote Oh of Moon and Piano for her and Piedmont Choirs, which can be heard on Innova Records. Her arrangement of The Bells of Rhymney was performed by the Oakland East Bay Symphony in 2015.