Susan Graham

Susan Graham (born July 23, 1960, Roswell, New Mexico) 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 on

Ernest Chausson, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy; Susan Graham, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Yan Pascal Tortelier
Poèmes de l'amour
Album (2005)
Charles Ives; Pierre‐Laurent Aimard, Susan Graham
Concord Sonata / Songs
Album (2004)
Hector Berlioz; Susan Graham, Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle
Symphonie fantastique / La mort de Cléopâtre
Album (2003)
Jake Heggie; Susan Graham, Frederica von Stade, John Packard, San Francisco Opera Chorus and San Francisco Opera Orchestra, Patrick Summers
Dead Man Walking
Album (2002)
Ned Rorem; Susan Graham, Malcolm Martineau
Songs of Ned Rorem
Album (2000)
Reynaldo Hahn; Susan Graham, Roger Vignoles
La Belle Époque: The Songs of Reynaldo Hahn
Album (1998)