“Watch out for angel voice Sue Rynhart” – Róisín Ingle, The Irish Times
“Brilliant young singer from Dublin, Sue Rynhart” – Bernard Clarke, Lyric fm
“Full of striking songs and vivid ideas” – Jim Carroll, The Irish Times

Sue Rynhart is a composer, singer and producer with a diverse background performing with international and Irish artists from home and abroad. Sue has just released her debut solo album, ‘Crossings’.  All lyrics and music on Crossings are composed and sung by Sue. Double Bass is performed by Dan Bodwell. Crossings is released on mrsuesue records. 

Sue Rynhart studied Music at NUI Maynooth, where she obtained a BA and MA in Music. While studying voice part-time at the Royal Irish Academy of Music with Virginia Kerr, she was awarded a tuition scholarship on the way to completing her teaching diploma. Sue has premiered works by George Higgs, Simon McHale, Donal Mac Erlaine, and the Irish Composers Collective among others. In performing with Dylan Rynhart’s Fuzzy Logic Ensemble, she has sung with international artists, Rick Peckham, Tom Arthurs and Florian Ross and performed at Bray, Dublin, Galway and Cork Jazz Festivals. Sue co-founded the improvising vocal trio Voices who have performed at the Project Arts Centre and the CFCP. She can be heard on Abigail Smith’s ‘Fall into Silence’, two albums with Fuzzy Logic Ensemble; ‘New Hat’ and ‘Mouthpiece’, and has also performed on BBC Radio with the Christchurch Choir.