Suzanne Bona moved to Cincinnati from her home state of Connecticut in 1996 to work full time for WGUC. She brought with her the show she originated in 1987 at her previous station, WSHU. It was called Sunday Morning Baroque then, and WGUC added the program to its local schedule, too. Soon after, in 1999, Suzanne launched the newly renamed Sunday Baroque™ as a nationally syndicated program. Both WGUC and WSHU are producing partners with Suzanne for the program, which is currently heard by more than a quarter million listeners on 200+ stations across the US.
Although her role a host and executive producer of Sunday Baroque™ is her full-time job now, she still lives in Cincinnati and enjoys filling in for her WGUC announcer friends.
Suzanne has a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance from The University of Connecticut and performs regularly as a soloist and chamber musician in greater Cincinnati, Connecticut, New York and beyond. Suzanne enjoys running, reading, cooking, traveling and baking goodies for her Cincinnati Public Radio colleagues.