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Graham is Principal Double Bass of English National Opera, Senior Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and Double Bassist with the Nash Ensemble.

He was a member of the Philharmonia Orchestra from 1998- 2011, and as a guest works regularly with the Berlin Philharmonic. As a guest principal home and abroad Graham has led many orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw, Stuttgart Radio, Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the London Symphony Orchestra.

Over the years Graham has performed and recorded with many soloists and chamber ensembles including Anthony Marwood, James Crabb, Pekka Kuusisto, and Imogen Cooper; the Florestan, Gould, and Kungsbacka Piano Trios, the Belcea and Takacs Quartets and the Aronivitz Ensemble.

In 2007 Graham was invited by Steven Isserlis to perform at the IMS Prussia Cove Chamber Festival followed by a national tour and concert at the Wigmore Hall. This resulted in IMS Prussia Cove winning the chamber prize at the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Awards. His recording of Schubert’s Trout Quintet with Paul Lewis and the Leopold String Trio is praised as “one of the finest modern Trouts available” (The Sunday Times).

Graham plays on a 1750 double bass attributed to Testore. He is extremely thankful to the Stradivari Trust for their support.

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