Staff Accompanist, Conservatory Outreach
M.M., Cleveland Institute of Music

Susan Schoeffler

Susan Schoeffler maintains a diverse career as a chamber musician, accompanist and pedagogue. She holds both a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Vitya Vronsky-Babin and Sergei Babayan and received the Sadie Zellen Prize in Piano. Ms. Schoeffler has had a violin-piano duo with Kim Nolen-Gomez for over 10 years. With the duo, Ms. Schoeffler has performed in numerous venues including Severance Hall, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and the Cleveland Chamber Collective and has been featured on radio broadcasts such as WCLV, Cleveland: Mozart Festival and Severance Hall: Day of Music. In addition to her work as a chamber musician, Ms. Schoeffler has served as an accompanist for both vocalists and instrumentalists. She is on the accompanying staff at Baldwin Wallace University and served on the staff at Indiana University String Academy, accompanying for the studios of Susan Moses Bloom and Csaba Onczay, prior to her appointment at BW. She was also invited to serve as accompanist for Indiana University Summer String Academy for the past two summers. Ms. Schoeffler is on the teaching faculty at Baldwin Wallace University Outreach Division, Beck Center for the Arts, and maintains a private studio at her home in Cleveland Heights.