Sudman’s goal as a pedagogue is to cultivate informed and imaginative musicality and expression in her students based on a foundation of effective technique. She views music as an opportunity for communication, expression and connection, and finds joy in helping her students discover these gifts. 

She has a natural presence on stage and a pianistic style that is both heartfelt and intelligent. She has performed in venues including the Grant Park Music Festival, Nichols Hall, the Chicago Botanic Gardens, the Chicago Fine Arts Building and the Michigan Avenue Steinway Gallery. She earned her Master of Music in Piano Performance from Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts where she studied with internationally acclaimed artists Adam Neiman and Winston Choi. She earned her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, summa cum laude, from Azusa Pacific University where her principle teacher was Tannis Gibson.


  • MM, Piano Performance - Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing Arts; Chicago, IL
  • BM, Piano Performance - Azusa Pacific University; Azusa, CA