Susan Graham


Susan Graham is an American mezzo-soprano. Raised in Midland, Texas, she is a graduate of Texas Tech University and the Manhattan School of Music. She studied the piano for 13 years. She was a winner in the Metropolitan Opera's National Council Auditions, and also a recipient of the Schwabacher Award from the Merola Program of San Francisco Opera. Graham made her international début at Covent Garden in 1994, playing Massenet's Chérubin.… Read More

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  • Act I: Friendship. Act Ii: Love. Act Iii: Marriage.
    NYTimes - Oct 06, 2016
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    Lulu, Live At The Met And In Your Local Movie Theater
    Huffington Post - Dec 04, 2015
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    Bloodlust: A New Production Of 'lulu' At The Metropolitan Opera
    Huffington Post - Nov 19, 2015
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    Welcome To The 'american Idol' Of The Opera World
    Huffington Post - Mar 06, 2015


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1994 34 Years Old Graham made her international début at Covent Garden in 1994, playing Massenet's Chérubin. … Read More


2003 43 Years Old Graham is a noted champion of the French song repertoire and of songs by contemporary American composers, including Ned Rorem and Lowell Liebermann. Graham made her Carnegie Hall recital debut in April 2003, and a recording of this recital was later released. Graham sang "Bless This House" at George W. Bush's second inauguration on January 20, 2005, and Schubert's "Ave Maria" at the nationally televised funeral mass for Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts on August 29, 2009. … Read More
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