Swiss born Sophie Graf, a trained lawyer and harpist has started her singing education at the Conservatoire de Geneve, Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and at the RSAMD in Glasgow where she obtained her Master diploma with a distinction and was kindly supported by Leenards Foundation, Migros Ernst Goehner, City of Geneva, Pro Arte and others.
Winner of Jaccard-Villard price, David Kelly Price at the Mozart Competition, the french opera price at the Saint-Anges Competition in Paris, Margaret Dick price, Ye Cronies price, Frank Speeding Lieder price in Scotland and a finalist at the Vervier international Competition and the Promotion Lyrique in Paris, Sophie participates in festivals such as Evian, Les Folles Journées,Colmar, Emperi, Roque d'Antheron and Gstaad and singing in theatres such as Geneva, Napoli, Nice, Toulouse, Lausanne, Tokyo, Dijon, to name but a few.
Her operatic roles include: Massenet's Manon, Sophie (Werther), Gilda in Verdi's Rigoletto, Leila in Bizet's Pearl fishers, Frasquita (Carmen), Donizetti's Rita, Bernstein's Candide (Cunegonde), Morgana in Haendel's Alcina.
Mozart's Schauschpiel Direktor (Frau Herz), and Barbarina in Nozze di Figaro, R. Strauss's Ariadne auf Naxus (Naiade), J. Strauss's Fledermaus (Adele), Britten's Peter Grimes (first niece), Martin's Monsieur de Pourceaugnac (Julie), Debussy's L'Enfant Prodigue (Lia), and creations of Thierry Besançon named Missa Ludus, Et Natus Es, Un matin sur le Mont Chevelu,Landwehrland, Strigoaicaria.
In June, she will sing in Lausanne the Coronation Mass in Paderewski.
She recorded César Frank and Charles Gounod's "les Sept Paroles du Christ sur la Croix" by Mirare.