Rachel Querreveld is a versatile performer with credits spanning Operatic and Musical Theater repertoire. She has been praised for her “excellent soprano“ (Cape Cod Times) and her unique “type of singing we don’t hear so much anymore - it’s beautiful” (Cape News). Recent credits include: La Traviata (Annina), Rigoletto (Countess Ceprano), King For A Day (Bella Delmonte), The Interaction Effect (Enid), The Red Mill (Gretchen), Dido and Aeneas (Belinda), and The Magic Flute (Papagena). She performs frequently as a featured soloist with the Athena Foundation NYC at venues including Carnegie Hall, Feinstein’s/54 Below, and Swing 46. Ms. Querreveld appears this season with The Utah Shakespeare Festival in their productions of The Sound of Music and Sweeney Todd. She holds degrees in Operatic and Vocal Performance from The Manhattan School of Music (MM) and the University of Miami, Frost School of Music (BM).
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