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Micah Graber

Micah Graber in The Magic Flute with UT Opera EnsembleMicah Graber, adjunct professor of voice at The University of Toledo, is a bass vocalist who has sung throughout the world. His primary love has been singing opera. The San Francisco Chronicle said that he “looks like John Malcovich and sounds like James Earl Jones”. He has sung with many opera companies and orchestras including San Francisco Opera and Symphony, Santa Fe Opera, Skylight Opera, Marin Opera, Sacramento Symphony, and Toledo Opera and Symphony, to name a few.He has sung with Placido Domingo, Dame Kiri Tekanowa, Rene Fleming, and Victor Bouge.
Mr. Graber has toured Japan, England, Guam, Israel, Canada, and many parts of Europe as well as almost every state in the U.S. Micah teaches voice at The Toledo School for the Performing Arts and at The University of Toledo as an adjunct professor of voice. He also maintains a private vocal studio. Micah holds a bachelor degree in vocal performance/opera from Bowling Green State University and an Artist Diploma from the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.
Last Updated: 6/30/19