Chicago-based soprano Rachel Sparrow is a "personality onstage that is hard to resist", deemed a "true singing actress" and praised for "terrifically accurate, effortless sounding fioratura". Learn more about Rachel.
"Rachel Sparrow's Lucia performance was beautiful: vocally, musically.
And being a very demanding stage director, I was amazed by her acting and expressiveness. I've rarely heard a Lucia who incarnated
with so much personality and emotion this very dramatic character."
- Francois Loup, Metropolitan Opera Veteran & Stage Director
"You're a singing actress alright. Your acting, combined with the brilliance of your voice sets you apart." - Judge comments, Harold Haugh Light Opera Competition (Audience Favorite)
"The Queen of the Night role is perhaps best known for the second of her two trapeze-act arias in “Flute,” which showcase the brave soprano’s extremely high coloratura range.
Rachel's arrangements of sacred song are being transcribed, and recorded.
March, 2021 Project update: All Acappella arrangements have been recorded!
April 2021 Project update: Sheet Music now available for several voice/piano & acappella arrangements!
April 2021: NEW SINGLE RELEASE!
Enjoy my duet with my daughter! Had fun on my Ukulele with this one!
(This arrangement is based on "IZ's" Somewhere Over the Rainbow/Wonderful World)
November & December 2020: Scott's Surgery (Virtual) Benefit Concert
Update (January 2021) Scott's Skull Surgery: Thank you for your incredible generosity!
$20,000 was raised for Scott's surgery costs, we are beyond grateful and without words.
Please enjoy the entire Gratitude Concert Playlist below:
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Some Past Fun Events
Learn about this exciting new professional chamber ensemble performing and commissioning new music in Chicago.
Rachel wins Audience Favorite Award (again!) as Semi-Finalist at The American Traditions Competition
Rachel sings Schwantner's "Sparrows" with contemporary ensemble at Northwestern University
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