Graham Crowe is a Manx born bass-baritone and has been singing from childhood.
After a brief foray into folk music, Graham has settled into the classical repertoire though latterly he has diversified into musical theatre and pantomime with roles ranging from Caiaphas in Jesus Christ Super Star, to Panto Baddies and Dames!
Competitive success in various music festivals has combined with the challenge and enjoyment of performing many varied major works. These have included Messiah, Elijah, Christmas Oratorio, Sea Symphony, Brahms German Requiem and Hiawatha to name a few.
Recital repertoire favourites include Vaughan William’s Songs of Travel and Schumann’s Dichterliebe.
Graham is delighted to be performing once again with the Choral Society and Symphony Orchestra in its 2019 concert.