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Sue Hassel’s Book Featured at Prestigious NYLA 2022 Book Event

Sue Hassel’s “Singing Well to the End of Life” attracts singers, song-lovers, and readers at the biggest library community conference.


“The devil is in the balance of the correct vocal placement of each individual voice.” Sue Hassel

Self-publishing company ReadersMagnet showcased Sue Hassel’s book “Singing Well to the End of Life” at the two-day New York Library Association (NYLA) 2022 Annual Conference & Trade Show held November 3-4, 2022, at the Saratoga Springs City Center, New York. The event was a huge success as hundreds of librarians, academics, authors, trustees, and book lovers from educational institutions, libraries, and the general public gathered to support the library community.

Considered the largest state library association ever held on the East Coast, the NYLA 2022 garnered the public’s interest with various programs, special events, and exhibitions of the latest and most innovative products and services, all aimed at the development and advancement of the New York library community and services.

Author Susan “Sue” Hassel, known as the Soprano on the 59th Street Bridge, takes her readers on an eye-opener and inspiring journey in her book “Singing Well to the End of Life”. The book reflects Sue Hassel’s experience as she went through the different challenges in her life as a singer. “Singing Well to the End of Life” compiles the best ideas and techniques on how to approach singing well with the most excellent technical accuracy, taking note that each singer is unique and has a different approach to singing.

One of the problems addressed in the book is that many light soprano voices can suffer damage before they are mature enough for singers to recognize what is precise vocal adduction. For Sue Hassel, one way to resolve this issue is to have an intricate balance of the correct vocal placement and all other talents; for her, the combination is ballet and singing.

Get ready to be inspired by the Soprano on the 59th Street Bridge. Grab a copy of “Singing Well to the End of Life” on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, or visit the author’s website at

“Singing Well to the End of Life”
Author | Susan Hassel
Published date | 08/03/2022
Publisher | Outskirts Press, Inc.
Book Genre | Self-help

Author Bio

Susan “Sue” Hassel is known as the “Soprano on the 59th Street Bridge” in New York City. The author’s best voice teacher placed her in a master class that made Sue sing and dance simultaneously. The move significantly improved Sue’s singing and her voice projection much greater. Sue went on and studied ballet with Alexander Filipov at Steps during a vocal crisis. The author went a step further and began by commuting to work via bicycle. All these resulted in Sue’s ascent towards becoming a coloratura soprano and her singing more spontaneously free and remaining so under all circumstances.

For the author, there is a substantial correlation between singing well and dancing well in ballet. To this day, Sue Hassel relies heavily on simple ballet moves to keep her voice in good condition.

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