Rachel Querreveld is a versatile crossover soprano with credits spanning Operatic and Musical Theater repertoire. She has been praised for her “excellent soprano” (Cape Cod Times) with “tones that harken back to the singing of Snow White in the Disney classic” (Cape News). Ms. Querreveld performed most recently with the Utah Shakespeare Festival as Maria in The Sound of Music and also understudied the role of Johanna in Sweeney Todd. Some opera credits include Contessa di Ceprano in Rigoletto and Annina in La Traviata with Opera Orlando, and Gretchen in The Red Mill with the College Light Opera Company in Cape Cod, MA. Rachel enjoys working with composers in the creation of new works and recently debuted the role of Enid in The Interaction Effect with American Opera Projects in NYC. Ms. Querreveld performs regularly as a soloist with the Athena Music Foundation in venues such as Carnegie Hall, The National Arts Club, and Swing 46. As a music teacher and strong believer in the impact of music outreach, Ms. Querreveld co-wrote and performed the title role in OpeRapunzel, an NYC touring production with DiscoverOpera! which was featured in The New York Times. Rachel holds degrees in Operatic Performance from the The Manhattan School of Music (M.M.) and University of Miami, Frost School of Music (B.M.).