As bass-baritone soloist, Graham Dinnage has performed extensively around the UK and Europe. He has made a number of recordings as a soloist for the BBC, Classic FM and Kevin Mayhew Productions, and with ensembles such as Concertare, A Capella Portuguesa and Corydon Singers. He was a founder member of the Octavian Ensemble, a vocal and instrumental group specialising in Baroque and Renaissance music.  He is also a professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama specialising in academic and technical training for singers. Graham studied both singing and organ at Trinity College where he graduated with First Class Honours and the Grace Wylie Prize in 1992.

As a choral director, Graham is Music Director of the Capriol Chamber Choir (formerly the Warlock Singers), a semi-professional chamber choir founded in 2004 that has gained considerable repute for its performances of twentieth-century English music, as well as new works. In addition to this, Graham’s choral directing experience has included small professional ensembles, student choirs, choral workshops for amatuer choirs and choral societies, and church choirs. He directed The North Downs Consort, an East Surrey-based chamber choir, from 2004-2010. He is Organist and Director of Music at Holy Trinity Church, Crockham Hill, Kent.

As well as teaching at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Graham is in demand as a private teacher of singing, vocal coach and organ teacher; he is a specialist in the development of sight singing skills, and also offers training in general musicianship and theory from his home in Crockham Hill. Graham is a member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians.
For information on any of the above activities, or to enquire about his performing, teaching or conducting please call Graham on 01732 866372 or send an email.