Praised for his purity of tone and expressive musicianship, bass/baritone Scott Graff has appeared as a soloist with numerous ensembles including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, Musica Angelica, Catacoustic Consort, the Carmel Bach Festival, California Bach Society, and Synchromy. He has been featured as a soloist in the City of Beverly Hills’ Music in the Mansion Series and has performed solo recitals for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Auxiliary.
Scott is also an active ensemble singer. Now in his 19th season with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, he is part of their touring company presenting the staged production of Orlando di Lasso’s monumental Lagrime di San Pietro (directed by Peter Sellars) which has been seen in Los Angeles and around the world (performances have taken place in Chicago, Melbourne, Mexico City, Guanajuato, London, Paris, and Salzburg for the 2019 Salzburg Festival; 2020 dates include Seattle, Auckland, Montreal, and Toronto. He also toured with LAMC in the premiere of John Adams’ oratorio, “The Gospel According to the Other Mary,” and participated in the live recording of the work. As part of the Los Angeles Chamber Singers (led by Peter Rutenberg), he lent his voice to Padilla: Sun of Justice, which was awarded the 2007 Grammy® for Best Small Ensemble recording.
In addition to live performance, Scott has participated in soundtrack recordings for more than 60 feature films (Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Jumanji, Frozen, Minions, Smallfoot, Avatar, and Sing, to name a few) and television projects (various Mickey Mouse short cartoons, Outlander, House of Cards, and Family Guy).
He is an instructor of voice on the music faculty of Pomona College in Claremont, California.
For additional information and future performance information, please visit Scott’s website at www.scotttgraffvox.com.