Patrick Grahl, who was born in Leipzig, was first a member of the Thomanerchore under Georg Christoph Biller, after which he received his vocal training at the at the Leipzig Academy of Music with Berthold Schmid, where he also completed his
with the master class examination. Master classes with Peter Schreier,Gotthold Schwarz, Gerd Türk, KS Ileana Cotrubas, and Prof. Karl-Peter Kammerlander gave important impulses for his artistic development.
In 2016, the tenor won 1st prize at the XX International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzig. Since then, he has been a much sought-after oratorio and oratorio and concert singer and has performed with orchestras such as the Gewandhausorchester
Leipzig, the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, the NDR Radiophilharmonie, the the Gürzenichorchester Köln as well as the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI di Torino, and the London Symphony
Orchestra under the direction of conductors such as Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Daniele Gatti, Hartmut Haenchen, Ludwig Güttler, Peter Schreier, Andrew Manze, Leopold Hager, Omer Meir Wellber, Stefano Montanari and Hans-Christoph Rademann. According to
he is still closely associated with the Thomanerchor and the Dresdner Kreuzchor.
In addition to his numerous engagements on the concert and opera stage, Patrick Grahl sets great store Patrick Grahl attaches great importance to chamber music projects and recitals.
He works together with pianists such as Daniel Heide and Klara Hornig and increasingly and increasingly gives guest performances abroad.
In 2014 he won with the ensemble Barockwerk Ost the 1st prize of the Förderpreis of the Saarländischer Rundfunk and the Akademie für Alte Musik im Saarland and was also a member of the male quartet Thios Omilos until 2018. Until 2013 Patrick Grahl was a scholarship holder of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation, Bonn