Flutist Suzanne Bona performs as a soloist and chamber musician and in ensembles in Greater Cincinnati and beyond. She has enjoyed a longtime collaboration with guitarist Richard Goering. She is also a member of the Sylvan Trio, a flute-cello-piano ensemble which gave a series of successful performances in Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Ohio in 2015. Sylvan Trio made its Chicago debut in February 2016 as part of the Artist Series at the Blackstone Library, and will be returning to perform there again the 2017 series. In March 2012 Suzanne performed as guest soloist with the Guam Symphony Orchestra in Tumon, and she will be returning to Guam in Fall 2016 for a chamber music collaboration with local musicians.
Suzanne is also host and executive producer of Sunday Baroque, a syndicated weekly radio show of Baroque and early music. She originated the program in 1987 on WSHU Public Radio in her hometown of Fairfield, CT. Sunday Baroque has been distributed nationally since 1998, and is currently heard by more than a quarter million listeners every week on more than 160 public radio stations and networks across the U.S including Classical 90.9 WGUC Cincinnati.
Suzanne will be playing Fredric Chopin’s Variations On a theme by Rossini for flute and piano in the first concert of the 2016-2017 season of Music for All Seasons at Historic Peterloon, in Indian Hill. She will also accompany soprano Ashley Fabian in an aria from Meyerbeeer’s Les Huguenots. For more information go to http://www.musicforallseasonscincinnati.com.