Harpsichordist Susan Toman holds a deep passion for music of the Baroque era, which led her to completing a Doctorate in harpsichord from McGill University in 2009. Prize winner at the 2007 Brugge International Harpsichord competition, she is active as both a soloist and chamber musician. She served as co-director of La Compagnie Baroque Mont-Royal in Montreal from 2011 to 2014.
Susan has appeared at Early Music Festivals in Montreal, Bloominton, Rochester, and London. More locally, she has performed locally with Thirteen Strings, Music & Beyond. Susan is currently an Associate Faculty member at Carleton University (Ottawa) where she teaches the harpsichord. In the past she has taught at the University of Regina and Greenville College, and has designed courses for both Taylor University and the University of North Texas.
Susan's discography with harpsichord includes Rameau's Nouvelles suites de clavecin (Centaur Records, 2008) and Road to the Isles (2013).