SUZIE LETTS


Suzie Letts is a recent graduate of King’s College London where she studied Music and is currently undertaking a Postgraduate degree in Marketing at the University of Liverpool. At KCL, Suzie studied Advance Free Composition with Dr Edward Nesbit and used her ability as a woodwind doubler to play in various ensembles including both the King’s Big Band and King’s College London Symphony Orchestra. Outside of university, Suzie has played with other prominent ensembles including the London City Orchestra and Brixton Chamber Orchestra and has participated in a Sofar Sounds gig at Westminster Reference Library. Her interests lie with Jazz history and performance as well as popular music, especially regarding the 1960s. As a first study clarinettist, she particularly enjoys playing music of the Romantic era, with favourites including Weber, Crusell and Brahms.


Suzie currently works as a freelance marketing and social media manager, helping musical artists and companies to expand their online presence and share music globally. Some key clients include an international music summer school, a female-led function band company and an online music promotions business. Suzie has worked with many international artists, including a finalist in the Voice UK and a winner of Australian Idol.


Suzie also has articles featured on a variety of websites including Girls in Marketing, The Everyday Magazine and Refresh Magazine discussing a range of topics. Some recent articles include a guide to YouTube marketing, the impossibilities of a work-life balance and the gender imbalance of festival headliners. She has also been interviewed for Art Link magazine, reviewing her current profession and future career path.


To see more of Suzie’s work, follow her on LinkedIn and Instagram.


Suzie has written:

Ascenseur Pour L’Échafaud: The Historic Miles Davis Soundtrack


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