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Graham Wright

Boston Cultural Council member

Graham Wright is an arts administrator, classical singer, and founder of Opus Affair — an organization devoted to connecting individuals interested in the arts and building a supportive community for arts organizations and events. In his current role as Director of Content and Digital Services for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Graham leads the creative and technical teams responsible for the design and technology needs of the marketing department, including delivery of online concerts and other digital experiences. 

Graham has served as interim Executive Director for the GRAMMY-nominated chamber orchestra A Far Cry, Special Programs Coordinator at the Museum of Science, and received BostInno’s 50 on Fire award for “inventors, disruptors, luminaries, and newsmakers across all industries.” Over 12+ years working as a freelance bass-baritone in Boston, Graham has performed with many of the area’s musical organizations. And since the first Opus Affair event in 2008, Graham has partnered with 100+ local cultural organizations of all sizes on events and other audience-building initiatives. He is an alumnus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Furman University. Graham lives in Jamaica Plain with his wife (a violinist) and dog (an avid supporter of outdoor performances).