Suzanne Ozorak

Suzanne Ozorak studied at the University of Ottawa in both music education and organ performance. She continued her musical studies at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montreal in Raymond Daveluy's class where she obtained a First Prize in Organ Performance.  She later studied with Bernard Lagace at Concordia University in the programme called Diplome superieur d Interpretation a l ORGUE. 
 In Europe, Suzanne Ozorak has attended many organ academies and was greatly influenced by Lionel Rogg and Guy Bovet in Switzerland and in Spain.
Her CD recording of the only Letourneau organ that you find on the organ of Montreal includes some fine repertoire pieces for the organ. The CD demontstrates the verstilily of the instrument blended with an array of wonderful Spanish Renaissance pieces.
Her time is shared between teaching piano, organ and voice, accompaniments and concerts. She is presently organist at St-Barnabas anglican in Pierrefonds.