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A Message from Susan

“I’m so sorry that this concert cannot happen; I was so looking forward to opening the Symphony Season – and I know that my disappointment is nothing compared to the traumas and tragedies in Houston at the moment.

Let’s hope we can reschedule and try it again. And let’s hope Houston can recover and rebuild.”

Read More: Houston Symphony Cancels Performances Due to Impact of Harvey

Susan opens Houston Symphony 2017-2018 season

This fall, “America’s favorite mezzo” (Gramophone) Susan Graham kicks off the 2017-2018 season at the Houston Symphony in an evening featuring arias from her signature roles and favorite showtunes.

Susan and the Symphony are joined by conductor Gustavo Gimeno for performances of French chanson, selections from Offenbach operettas, numbers from Broadway favorites My Fair Lady and The King and I, and more. The Houston Symphony bookends the evening with works by Ravel, Tchaikovsky, and Bernstein.

Read here for more information.

Susan stars in Santa Fe Opera’s Die Fledermaus

“Longtime favorite of audiences in Santa Fe and around the world” (Los Alamos Daily Post) mezzo-soprano Susan Graham continues her summer as the ritzy Prince Orlofsky in the Santa Fe Opera’s production of Die Fledermaus, which opened June 30 with performances through the end of August.

Nicholas Carter leads the Ned Canty-directed productions, where Susan is joined by Kurt Streit as Gabriel von Eisenstein, Devon Guthrie as Rosalinde, David Govertsen as Frank, Dimitri Pittas as Alfred, and Joshua Hopkins as Dr. Falke.

Performances of Johann Strauss II’s most-celebrated operetta take place on August 7, 14, 19 and 26.

Find tickets and more information here.

Susan Graham joins Met Orchestra and Esa-Pekka Salonen for Mahler program at Carnegie Hall

Susan Graham returns to Carnegie Hall on May 31 for a program of Mahler with Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. The Grammy-winning mezzo-soprano is joined by tenor Matthew Polenzani for selections from Des Knaben Wunderhorn. The evening’s program also includes Mahler’s Symphony No. 1.

In advance of her performance, Susan sat down with “Living the Classical Life” host Zsolt Bognár to discuss her journey as an artist, highlights of her distinguished career, and her new role as Artistic Advisor to LA Opera’s Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program. Watch the full interview here.

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