Scott Graff has appeared as a soloist with numerous ensembles including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, Musica Angelica and the California Bach Society. He is an active ensemble singer, most notably with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, with which he is part of touring company presenting the staged and memorized production of Orlando di Lasso’s monumental song cycle Lagrime di San Pietro, directed by Peter Sellars. He has sung solo roles at the Carmel Bach Festival and with the Los Angeles–based new-music collective Synchromy.
Graff was a member of the Los Angeles Chamber Singers, led by Peter Rutenberg, when the group’s release of Padilla: Sun of Justice was awarded the 2007 Grammy for Best Small Ensemble recording. He has also sung on the soundtracks of more than 60 feature films, including Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Secret Life of Pets, and Frozen. He teaches voice as a member of the music faculty at Pomona College.