A classically trained musician, Susan Hammond is noted on her behalf capability to translate the occasionally arcane world of classical music into powerful human being episode that grabs a target audience. Her multiple Platinum Records show that Hammond can relate with both worlds. Delivered and elevated in Toronto, Hammond performed as a pianist in the Toronto region, and was students of Karl Ulrich Schnabel. Hammond graduated in the School of Toronto and proved helpful to create classical music in to the integrated primary college curriculum. She made her initial record, Mr. Bach Involves Call, in order to provide the tale of Bach to a more youthful target audience. Mixing biographical audio episode seamlessly with traditional piano excerpts, the recording was both informational and interesting. Besides becoming the maker and inventor, Hammond was a presented performer around the recording. Hammond received several awards because of this recording, like the Juno Honor for Greatest Children’s Documenting in Canada. The recording was qualified platinum in Canada aswell. The following 12 months, Hammond released her best-known documenting, Beethoven Lives Upstairs. Also qualified platinum, the recording was converted into a publication, a video, and finally, a CD-ROM. It presented a fanciful tale of a boy’s inspiration like a neighbor of Beethoven. In 1990, Hammond released Mozart’s Magic Dream, which received the Juno Honor for Greatest Canadian Children’s Documenting. One year later on, Hammond grabbed a Juno once again with Vivaldi’s Band of Secret. Hammond then turned gears a little with Daydreams and Lullabies, a discharge which was much less focused toward the tales of composers than her various other releases. Hammond came back to her established formulation with Tchaikovsky Discovers America in 1993. The story-oriented record was also converted to an award-winning reserve. Hammond then come up with a assortment of her story-oriented albums, plus a instructors’ information, in The Class Collection. She released her 6th biographical record, Hallelujah Handel, in 1995.