An Evening with Susan Graham

This February, Susan Graham and longtime collaborator Malcom Martineau travel across the U.S. to present “An Evening With Susan Graham.” Featuring a diverse program of songs by master composers including Schumann, Grieg, and Strauss, the program travels to New York, California, and Texas.

The tour begins on February 4, at Alice Tully Hall as part of Lincoln Center’s “Great Performers” concert series. On February 9, Susan travels to Berkeley, California, performing at the University of California’s Hertz Hall. The tour closes on February 13 in Fort Worth, Texas as part of The Cliburn’s 2019-2020 concert series. 

Beyond the Aria at Harris Theater

On November 18, Susan Graham performs a memorable evening of music at the Harris Theater in Chicago. She is joined by bass-baritone Ryan McKinny (who performs alongside Susan in Lyric Opera of Chicago’s Dead Man Walking) and Ryan Opera Center ensemble member Christopher Kenney. Artistic Director Craig Terry joins at the piano.

Susan Graham Performs at Lyric Opera of Chicago this November

This November, Susan Graham returns to the Lyric Opera of Chicago, performing the role of Mrs. De Rocher in Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking. Based on real-life events, this opera tells the story of convicted death row murderer Joseph De Rocher (Ryan McKinny), who convinces Sister Helen Prejean (Patricia Racette) to become his spiritual advisor. Leonard Foglia directs this compelling story of friendship, forgiveness, and human nature.

Performances run November 2, 6, 10, 13, 16, and 22.

Susan Graham Inducted into the West Texas Walk of Fame

On September 19, Susan Graham will be officially inducted into the West Texas Walk of Fame.

Raised in Midland, Texas and a graduate of Texas Tech University, Graham is being honored for her remarkable career in classical music and for her unique contributions to the West Texas music and art scene. This year’s fellow inductees include David Kneupper, Romeo Reyna and Larry Trider.