Graham Sobelman is a music director, pianist, and composer residing in Northern California. His music direction credits include Forbidden Broadway, I Love You, You’re Perfect, ...Now Change (Broadway Sacramento); Passion, Tell Me On A Sunday, Little Fish, Celebration, It’s Only Life, tick, tick…BOOM!, They’re Playing Our Song, [title of show] (New Helvetia Theatre); Tell Me On A Sunday (Ensemble Theatre Company), Ruthless, A Christmas Carol (Sacramento Theatre Company); Mr. Burns, Pippin, Flora The Red Menace,The Who’s Tommy (UC Davis); john & jen (Hillbarn Theatre); A New Brain (Cosumnes River College); Hair, The Who's Tommy (Folsom Lake College).
Graham also conducted Gregg Coffin’s rightnextto me at B Street Theatre and has worked with children’s programs at Music Circus since 2000. He enjoys accompanying master classes and has had the honor of playing for Jonathan Groff, Sutton Foster, Megan Hilty, Laura Bell Bundy, Rachel Bay Jones, Betsy Wolfe, Natalie Weiss, Jessica Phillips, Rory O'Malley, Jared Gertner, Stafford Arima, & many others. He started local cabaret series Graham-A-Rama in 2009 & has released (with Maggie Hollinbeck) Another Shade of Blue (covering the entirety of Joni Mitchell’s 1971 masterpiece, Blue) and Jane Kenyon Sessions: Volume One (consisting of poems by Jane Kenyon that Graham musicalized for Maggie).
Additionally, as a composer, Graham has written Love Is Eternal (a song-cycle with British lyricist David Kent), a trio of choral pieces with lyricist Omari Tau & various other art songs. He has also written underscoring for A Tale of Two Cities and Orlando for SacImpulse Theatre and the score to short film, Lily. He was commissioned in 2012 to write a piece for the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus - "Voices Carry."