Peter van de Graaff

Late Morning, Early Afternoon Classical Host

Listeners may recognize Peter from multiple appearances with the Wichita Symphony as a bass-baritone. Peter has sung to great acclaim throughout the world. In Europe, he performed and recorded a Mass by Jan Vorisek with the Czech State Symphony under Paul Freeman and has also sung Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis throughout the Czech Republic and Poland with the Czech Philharmonic. He appeared in Berlin with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Schoenberg’s Moses und Aaron. In Budapest he sang with the Budapest Concert Orchestra in Verdi’s Requiem and in Tel Aviv, the Israeli Chamber Orchestra joined him in a Mozart Mass.

As a recitalist he appeared in Tokyo and throughout the United States, from Hawaii to New York and everywhere in between. In addition to the Wichita Symphony, his solo appearances with orchestras include the Houston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Utah Symphony, San Antonio Symphony, Syracuse Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic, Omaha Symphony, Colorado Springs Symphony, Richmond Symphony and many, many others.

Peter also has a great interest in languages and speaks Dutch, German and French, and has studied in addition, Italian, Spanish and Russian.

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