Suzanne Wieland (MA) is a composer who lives in the Tampa Bay area. Her compositions have been recorded by Ablaze Records. Suzanne received her education at Florida State University, University of North Texas, and Florida Atlantic University. Recent performances of original works include Sinfonietta by the Brno Philharmonic in Czechoslovakia, the premiere of Sonata for Flute and Piano at the Florida Flute Fair and Salve Regina by the Walden School Choir. Her piece was selected as a finalist in the Southwest Texas Brass Association. Other compositions include Odes for voice and piano, Song of Solomon for SSAA choir, Jeremiah 31 for SATB choir, Psalm for a Wounded Nation and Requiem for a Young Musician for chorus and orchestra, Celtic Cross for Woodwind Quintet, Poseidon Calling for Wind Ensemble, Naiads and Dryads for Wind Ensemble and Concerto for Flute and Orchestra. In addition, she retains an active schedule as a performer both as a flutist and as a vocalist and works as a private studio instructor. Honors include winner of the Florida Flute Association Masterclass Competition and member of the Florida Intercollegiate Band. Suzanne also enjoys conducting and arranging music.