I'm very happy to announce that I was the 2016 winner of the National Association of Singers of Teaching Artists Award competition! Catch one of my prize performances in New York and Las Vegas next year. Stay tuned and visit the Schedule page for more info. 



In June of this year, I had the honor of giving the world premier of Eugene Drucker's "Levertov Settings" at Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall in collaboration with the Steinem Quartet and the New Music for Strings festival. It was an honor and a thrill to give a word premier at the iconic Weill Hall!


Check out the updated Media page to see a video of me performing Ligeti's tour-de-force Mysteries of the Macabre with the Stony Brook Symphony and Eduardo Leandro last year. 

In early 2017, Rachel founded Artists for Social Justice Hawai'i, a new arts collective that unites artists of different disciplines to bring attention to pressing social justice issues such as immigration, civil rights and climate change. Head to their website to find out more about what they do. 



Welsh-American soprano Rachel Schutz has sung throughout North America, Asia and Europe. Find out more at the About page.

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Rachel may well be singing in your area! Visit the Schedule page to find out where you can catch one of her performances. 



Or head over to the Media page to watch videos and listen to audio recordings of Rachel's past performances. Alternatively, click on the media player below.