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Susan was selected as one of the top five best voices in Jewish music in the “Soundtrack of our Spirit, Jewish Voices that Move Us”, a digital project of the Forward.

In 2002, the Virginia Folklife Program invited Susan Gaeta to participate in the Master/ Apprenticeship program with Sephardic musician and composer Flory Jagoda.

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Featured Interviews + Podcasts

“She’s getting ready to do the teaching, to continue what I’m doing and I love that,” Jagoda says of Gaeta. “It’s not going to die!”

Kojo explores the sounds of Sephardic music with Jagoda and members of the music group, Trio Sefardi.

Virginia Public Media – Peter Solomon
Virginia Folksingers Preserve The Art Of Sephardic Ballads

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Featured Reviews

Susan celebrates a story that many have never heard before. It’s a story so important and enriching that it transports its listeners through time, and they are awakened by “a voice of lyrical purity and a heart of graceful nuance and respect” for the very people she sings about.
Jon Carroll, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter and producer of Susan’s CD, “From Her Nona’s Drawer”

“Susan has a way of transporting people to a deep, spiritual place. She possesses a unique gift and she shares that gift magnificently.”
Rabbi Sid Schwarz, Author and Founding Rabbi of Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation (Bethesda, MD)

“Words cannot express the depth of our gratitude for your magical and moving performance. Your music and stories filled our hearts with joy, laughter, and longing. Your exquisite voice transported us to a different time and place, when music was a central repository of collective memory. The audience’s experience was enriched by both your palpable love for the music and the grace with which you offered it to us”.
Shira Lander, Director of Religious Studies, SMU