Celia Graham


Celia's extensive concert work includes solo artist appearances at the opening ceremony for the Tri Nations Rugby Tournament in New Zealand,  several UK tours  as a special guest for Musical Theatre Star Michael Ball including a BBC Christmas concert for Radio 2,' Live from Edinburgh Concert Hall ', 'An evening at the Covent Garden Opera House',  and a special concert performance of Les Miserables for HRH Queen Elizabeth, UK Prime Minister  and French President  at Windsor Castle in honour of the Entente Cordiale centenary celebrations.
Celia was asked to perform at the O2 for the 25th anniversary production of 'Les Miserables' and also, the 25th anniversary production of 'Phantom of the Opera' at the Royal Albert Hall.

Most recently, Celia toured as Special Guest on 'A night with the Phantom', along side Ramin Karimloo.
 
Celia's London West End credits include Christine Daae in Phantom of the Opera, Cosette in Les Miserables, Maria in West Side Story , Young Phillis in Follies, and again, the starring role of Christine Daae in Andrew  Lloyd Webber’s sequel to Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies.
     
Having been accompanied several times by the RPO, Celia's ability to work alongside famous artists, leading orchestral players and conductors is a vital part of her work. She has collaberated with music producer Marius De Vries, song writer Grant Black and composer Ilan Eshkeri . She has featured on a variety of movie soundtracks including the International Box-office success's  'Stardust', “The Young Victoria’, Noel Coward's 'Easy Virtue', the Celtic soundtrack for 'Centurion' and the more recently successful 'Johnny English Reborn'.