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What are the odds that the delightful voice you're now hearing belongs to a "chanteuse" (a) who was born in a town in New Mexico where a flying saucer is alleged to have crashed over 50 years ago, and (b) who grew up in an oilpatch town in Texas famous today for being President Bush's hometown?
[QUIZ: Can you name towns (a) and (b)?]

If that "chanteuse" is Susan Graham, it's 100 to 0!                      MORE>>

And could a "country girl" from the American Southwest who studied music at an engineering and agriculture university in Lubbock, Texas and who saw her very first opera at the "late" age of 18 possibly find herself, less than twenty years later, a star - in demand by the world's most prestigious opera houses (the MET, Vienna, Salzburg, Paris, Covent Garden... and the list goes on!)?

If that "country girl" was Susan Graham, ABSOLUTELY!           MORE>>

Could a hardworking, talented and determined young mezzo-soprano possibly be so lucky that when the MET called on her to sing Octavian (in Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier) in place of Anne-Sofie von Otter, it was - of all performances - for Opening Night?

If that young mezzo-soprano was Susan Graham, POSITIVELY! MORE>>

Could an opera singer who stands about 6-ft. tall possibly look and sound as stunning playing an Armani-gowned heroine as singing the trouser role of a lovesick youth?

If that 6-footer is Susan Graham, DEFINITELY!                                   MORE>>

Could there possibly be an opera singer who is as happy tooling around town on rollerblades as in a sporty Mercedes?

YES, if the opera singer's name is Susan Graham!                           MORE>>


Photos and press materials: courtesy - Sylvie Bigar/IPR
SUSAN GRAHAM in some of her "signature roles"


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