Susana Montal has sung in productions throughout the world, in both the worlds of jazz and classical music.

  In the classical music arena, she has sung in opera productions at Los Angeles Music Center Opera, Michigan Opera, Opera Pacific, including the roles of Butterfly in Madama Butterfly, Mimi in La Boheme, and the Countess in The Marriage of Figaro, and in concerts and performances throughout Europe.

As a playwright, Susana has written several theatre plays with music, including Anna of the Violin, a new play about two of the muses in the life of Antonio Vivaldi, and An Evening with Malibran, a fascinating work about the life of Maria Malibran, born in Paris in 1808, accompanied by the music that Malibran sang during her short but astonishing career. 

Susana has often performed in oratorios, and the cantatas of Bach as well as Baroque opera productions.

She sang, choreographed and danced the ballet/flamenco role of Candela in Manuel de Falla’s El Amor Brujo with the New West Symphony. The Los Angeles Times has called her  “A fine composer and singer” with “daunting displays of vocal agility”.