In 2016: A Recital Tour, “Susan Graham & Friends”, and the San Francisco Symphony
In the new year, Susan Graham appears twice at Carnegie Hall: first in April with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and Purcell’s moving “Dido’s Lament”, then in May with a special evening in company with some of her closest musical friends.
After joining San Francisco’s Philharmonia Baroque and Nicholas McGegan for works by Handel, Susan embarks on a European tour with pianist Malcolm Martineau, performing repertoire ranging from Schumann to Poulenc with stops at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (which will be broadcast live on BBC 3), the Grand Theatre de Geneva, Wigmore Hall, and Vienna’s Konzerthaus. She also joins pianist Bradley Moore at Amherst College, Baldwin Wallace University’s Art Song Festival, and for Boston’s Celebrity Series.
Susan caps her season in May by singing Brahms’s Alto Rhapsody with the San Francisco Symphony and the men of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus under Michael Tilson Thomas.