Susan Graham

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Susan Graham

American mezzo-soprano add

Category: Music

Born in 1960.

Countries: United States (42%), France (13%), (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Katherine Ciesinski, George W. Bush, Samuel Ramey

Linked to: Manhattan School of Music, Texas Tech University, UNESCO, Erato Records




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Susan Graham was born in 1960 add something


John Crosby (conductor) - Some singers, such as Samuel Ramey, who was a former apprentice, returned in "Carmen" in 1975; other American singers such as Jerry Hadley, Dawn Upshaw, Patricia Racette and Susan Graham and James Morris , appeared early in their careers and several return regularly


The Aspern Papers (opera) - Washington Opera - The Aspern Papers was performed by the Washington Opera , in which Katherine Ciesinski, who had portrayed Sonia in the 1988 premiere assumed the role of Tina, with Robert Orth , David Kuebler , Pamela South , Eric Halfvarson and Susan Graham


Graham made her international début at Covent Garden in 1994, playing Massenet's Chérubin add something


Cherubin - Royal Opera House - The Royal Opera House in London premiered it on 14 February 1994 in a production starring Susan Graham in the title role


John Harbison - The opera premiered on December 20, 1999, conducted by Levine and starring Jerry Hadley, Dawn Upshaw, Susan Graham, Lorraine_Hunt_Lieberson, Mark Baker, Dwayne Croft, and Richard Paul Fink


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 add something


"New York Times", September 27, 2005 add something


Orpheus Chamber Orchestra - Its 2008–2009 series included performances with pianists Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Jonathan Biss, sitarist Anoushka Shankar, violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, and mezzo-soprano Susan Graham


Ruth Ann Swenson - San Francisco Opera - In June 2008 she sang Ginevra in Handel's "Ariodante" opposite mezzo Susan Graham at the San Francisco Opera, a production that marked Swenson's 25th anniversary with the company