Paige Graham

Conducting MM
Choral Librarian Choral Office: MU217

Paige Graham is a conductor and singer from Marquette, Michigan. She is in her first year of pursing a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting at the University of North Texas with additional studies in vocal pedagogy. Paige serves the UNT Choral Studies Department as the choral librarian and assistant director of Women’s Chorus.

Paige holds a degree in vocal performance from the University of Michigan where she studied voice with Caroline Helton and conducting with Eugene Rogers. While in Ann Arbor, she led the music ministry at St. Mary Student Parish in addition to maintaining a private voice studio. Additionally, Paige served as the assistant conductor of the Residential College Singers, Cantate Community Chorus, and Michigan Youth Women’s Ensemble. Paige was a founding member of //meridian, a chamber ensemble dedicated to performing new compositions. 

Most recently, Paige was selected as an apprentice at Berkshire Choral International and conducting participant in the Illinois Bach Academy. She also sang the soprano solo in Mozart’s Vesperae solennes de confessore at Jerry Blackstone’s 2018 Choral Conducting Institute.