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Susan Plemons, M.M.

Assistant Professor of Worship


Susan Plemons is Assistant Professor of Worship at Cedarville University, where she teaches Contemporary Voice, Worship Administration, and directs the women’s worship band, Rekindle. She is a Certified Master Trainer of the Estill Voice method. Susan has taught on the music faculties of the University of South Florida and Southeastern University as well as serving as a Minister of Worship for 13 years. While on church staff, she began orchestra programs, concert series, and directed theatrical performances in addition to leading worship and worship ensembles. She has taught music in K-12 classrooms, with her choirs receiving superior ratings at contests, performing choral premiers, and they have been featured in performances on radio and TV in New York and Orlando. Other conducting experience includes Assistant Conductor of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Chorus and Assistant Conductor of the Singing Women of Florida. She has performed in regional musical theater productions and led international missions trips.

Education and Credentials

  • M.M., University of South Florida
  • B.M., Baylor University

Scholarly Works

  • Singers, What a Head Case (Susan Plemons) Worship Leader Magazine (2013)
  • Daughters of the King Leading the Worship Ministry (Susan Plemons) Experience Conference (2018)  
  • Multicultural Worship (Susan Plemons) Experience Conference (2018)  
  • RX for Vocal Struggles (Susan Plemons) SonPower Youth Choir Conference (2018)  
  • The Application of Estil Voice Training in the Collegiate Contemporary Voice Studio (Susan Plemons) 8th Estill World Voice Symposium (2017)
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »


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