Suzanne Husson was born in Buenos Aires to French parents and now lives in Geneva. She began her musical studies when she was five, under the guidance of Elisabeth Westerkamp de Raco (a student of the famous professor Scaramuzza) at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory in the Argentinian capital and gave her first public concert when she was eight. She moved to Europe to specialise mainly with Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Louis Hiltbrand and Bruno Seidlhofer. Awards include first prize at the Argentinian Mozarteum, first prize for virtuosity, with distinction, at the Geneva Conservatoire and a prize in the Josef Pembaur Foundation Competition in Bern. She has won commendations at competitions in Geneva, Vercelli, Munich, Barcelona, Lisbon and Paris. She has performed as a soloist on television and radio, at important festivals and in concert throughout Europe, the United States and Latin America, and has collaborated with distinguished conductors, orchestras and colleagues. She boasts a vast repertoire comprising both the classics and modern music and her discography includes recordings for Grammont, Fonè, Erato, Naxos, Marco Polo and Gallo. Her recording of Stravinsky’s Les Noces (Erato), made with Martha Argerich, Nelson Freire and other distinguished artists, received a Diapason d’Or.