Thank you to the National Association of Teachers of Singing National Conference organizers for a wonderful conference and for making me feel so welcome! I had a great time performing at the conference in Las Vegas this June as part of my NATS Artist Award competition prize. Thank you also to Distinguished Concerts International New York for including me on their fabulous Spirit Journey concert at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium - it was a blast! Check out the Gallery page to see how much fun we had!


I'll be joined by fabulous baritone Matthew Patrick Morris and pianist-extraordinaire Ryan McCullough for a 7-concert recital tour in China this October. We'll be featuring American-themed music and highlighting the music of native-born as well as immigrant composers. If you are anywhere in China in October 2018, check out the Schedule page to see if you can catch one of our concerts.


In June of last 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.