Soprano Opera Singer

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Othalie Graham attended primary school in Brampton before studying at the Etobicoke School of the Arts, and went on to become a celebrated Soprano across North America.

“As a child Othalie Graham thought she lived in paradise. The Brampton-born, internationally known opera singer spent her middle and high school years living next to the greenhouse in Etobicoke's Centennial Park, a magical place where her father was the greenhouse caretaker.”Read the full article by Jennifer Fowler on CBC​.

Graham was inducted into the Brampton Arts Walk of Fame in 2016 and continues to perform in operas all over the world.

Canadian-American soprano Othalie Graham is widely known for her interpretations of the title roles in Turandot and Aida and her commitment to Wagnerian repertoire. She has performed at the Gran Teatro Nacional del Perú in Lima and in future seasons at the Teatro Cervantes de Málaga.

Ms. Graham has performed with Nashville Opera, Opera Carolina, Or-questa Filhamónica de la UNAM, Opera de Nuevo León, Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica, Arizona Opera, Michigan Opera Theatre, Sacramento Opera, Opera Columbus, Opera Delaware, Utah Festival Opera, Connecticut Grand Opera, Pensacola Opera, the Westfield Symphony Orchestra and the Harrisburg Symphony. She has performed in places as far reaching as Sicily, Mexico City, Lima, Peru, Istanbul, New York and California and at the Kennedy Center in Washington. She previously was the first-place winner of the Gerda Lissner International Vocal Competition in the Wagner Division; the first-place winner of the Joyce Dutka Competition; a recipient of a Sullivan Foundation Grant; a first-place winner in the Wagner Division of the Liederkranz Competition, winner of the Jean Chalmers prize in the Canadian Music Competition, winner of the Edward Johnson Competition, and first place recipient of the Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques Competition.