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 (California Musical Theatre); 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); Ruthless, A Christmas Carol (Sacramento Theatre Company); The Who’s Tommy (UC Davis); john & jen (Hillbarn Theatre); A New Brain (Cosumnes River College). 


Graham also conducted Gregg Coffin’s rightnextto me at B Street Theatre and has worked (since 2000) as the Music Director for the Music Circus summer children’s programs.  He started local cabaret series Graham-A-Rama in 2009 & just released (with Maggie Hollinbeck) Another Shade of Blue, covering the entirety of Joni Mitchell’s 1971 masterpiece, Blue


As a composer, Graham just completed Love Is Eternal, a song-cycle with lyrics by British lyricist David Kent.  Graham is also finishing a song-cycle utilizing the poems of Emily Dickinson, set to premiere in late 2014.  He has also written underscoring for A Tale of Two Cities and Orlando for SacImpulse Theatre.  He was commissioned in 2012 to write a piece for the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus, called Voices Carry.