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Suzanne Pergal

Bowling Green, OH, United States

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  • 36 Positive References
  • Fluent in English; learning French, German
  • 25, Female
  • Member since 2008
  • livin' the musician's life (i.e. poo...
  • B.M...now going back for Masters
  • From Gloucester, MA, USA
  • Profile 100% complete

About Me


to see the sights, meet people, cheell etc. without becoming broke


I grew up mostly in Gloucester, Massachusetts. I went to NYU for college where I studied Vocal Performance and French & Linguistics. I lived in NYC for a bit after school, then moved to Boston to study with a teacher and become slightly less broke. In 2014 I'm moving to Ohio (BGSU) to start a masters in Music (Voice).


the cliche version: do what you want, have fun, be nice, learn a lot..dont get too stressed out about stuff that doesn't matter too much in the grand scheme of life: such as missing trains and getting bad grades

Why I'm on Couchsurfing


spread the word, be a nice and tidy couchsurfer...my jam is usually the last minute requests since i never know my whereabouts to far in advance.


prague first night before i moved in
weekend in dresden
weekend in vienna

fall break!: stockholm, riga, dublin
weekend in budapest
weekend in barcelona/vilanova...

day in london
new years in Montreal
visit to UMD at College Park

and more....silly to keep updating!

finally hosting in NYC and at my Gloucester abode!

all wonderful experiences/hosts!

well there was one creeper but i don't think it was you.


always a tough one but i'll narrow it down to what's catching my fancy now
-music of all shapes and sizes! learning and playing and listening
-city exploration
-cooking/restauranteuring...general foodie activities
-going to the sea

Music, Movies & Books

always a futile thing for me to do..but i like most kinds of music except for country (like nashville star/"save a horse ride a cowboy"/tim mcgraw country), r&b, and terrible techno/dance pop..same goes for movies and books i think..if someone who is a massive fan of country, r&b, or shoddy dance music chances are I would not like their book or movie choices as well yes yes simply i like anything that doesn't suck

recent artsy things that i've liked:

how music works- david byrne
eating animals- jonathan safran foer
madame bovary
master and margarita
lucky peach
monocle magazine

gypsy music!/folk songs
found an excellent cd of Czech doo-wop at the dollar store
astrid piazzolla
in the hall of the mountain king!
yes dolly parton
line renaud
tame impala
well since i'm an opera major...OPERA: Manon, Prodana Nevesta, Eugene Onegin, greats like Rossini, R. Strauss, Puccini, Verdi

valerie and her week of wonders
django unchained
monty python's flying circus


throwing shade
monocle (everything)
linguistics podcast
the music show ABC
wine for normal people
bullseye with jesse thorn
antique phonograph podcast
black forest radio
here's the thing

One Amazing Thing I've Done

I really enjoy ferries. Crossing in Tadoussac in Quebec, Istanbul going through the Bosphorous, view of Mt. Etna, into Sicilia from Calabria. Not so dramatic but beautiful!

Teach, Learn, Share

music stuff? i can play the piano (not like lang lang but decently), give advice on vocal music specifically: foreign language diction, interpretation etc. a voice lesson perhaps? happy to impart anything
i've learned in school so far..

help with german/french, sort of help with slavic languages: Czech and Russian (yay cyrillic)

I enjoy learning more nerdy history about your city, languages, cultural events, history... frolicing?

Countries I've Visited

Canada, Mexico, Turkey, United Arab Emirates

Countries I've Lived In

Czech Republic, France, Guatemala, United States

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