Susan Frykberg is a composer and poet who tries to balance spirituality, creativity and good works. She lives in New Plymouth, New Zealand. She has degrees in Electroacoustic music and theatre, Classics (Greek and Latin), and Theology. She currently resides in New Plymouth, New Zealand. She has taught at Simon Fraser University, Canada and has been a tutor or guest lecturer at a number of universities and colleges including Otago, Auckland and Victoria (New Zealand), Ontario College of Art (Toronto) and the Emily Carr College of Art (Vancouver). She has studied with and been influenced by John Rimmer, Barry Vercoe, Barry Connyngham, Iannis Xenakis, Barry Truax and priest and theologian Kevin McKone. Her CD is available from Earsay.
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