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As a performer, SuCh has enough energy to power a small city; her passion for music emanating tangibly in venues large and small. As a songwriter, she writes simple songs about complex things - loss, family, love, life, friendship and hardship. She connects emotionally as both with her audiences through melodies that soar, woven in her clear, soulful voice, spiriting them away to distant lands, forgotten memories, and dreams of a better world.
SuCh is Haitian-American and a Boston born, New York raised, California educated, Denver transplant. Just like her upbringing, her road to music has been a scenic journey. It started at the age of 15, when she auditioned for the Grammy Highschool Jazz Ensemble. She was accepted for two consecutive years, 2000-2001, and she had the privilege to tour LA’s best jazz clubs and venues - The Brown Derby, Spaghettini’s, The Knitting Factory, etc. She attended the Grammy Nominee Dinner and the Grammy Awards where she met and performed with Patrice Rushen, Peter Cincotti, Kurt Elling, Dave Koz, Erykah Badu, Yolanda Adams, Vanessa Carlton and Latoya and Latavia (of the former “Destiny’s Child”).
She spent the next few years leading choirs, praise teams and congregations in worship in Boston, Chicago, and Denver.
That led her to work with international recording artist K’naan on the choral orchestration and arrangement of his hit single Wavin’ Flag.
SuCh is currently focused on launching a solo singing career. She's being trained in the classical vocal methods with the renowned Dr. Valerie Francis of Nicholls University in New Orleans.