RECORDINGS

Elements: New Music for Pipa by American Composers (Albany Records)

Listen to excerpts of my recording of Thomas Osborne's "Rumi Songs" for soprano and Pipa (right). Head to Amazon or iTunes to download the full track,  and visit composer Thomas Osborne's website to listen to more of his music. 

Solo and Chamber Music of Edward T. Cone (Ebb & Flow Ensemble)

Check out Amazon and iTunes to download a recording of Edward T. Cone's "Silent Noon" with pianist Robert Pollock, or listen below. 

 
 

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VIDEOS

Gyorgy Ligeti - Mysteries of the Macabre Rachel Schutz - soprano Eduardo Leandro - conductor Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra live at Staller Center, October 29, 2016
Rachel Schutz, soprano. Hsin-Chiao Liao, piano. Rosa Jang, flute/piccolo. Phuc Phan, cello. Ann Hung, clarinet/bass clarinet. April 14, 2016. Recital Hall, Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook University.
Rachel Schutz sings Musetta's aria "Quando m'en vo" from Puccini's "La Boheme." Recorded live May 1st, 2016.
Rachel Schutz sings Handel's first setting of "Tornami a vagheggiar" from his serenata "O come chair e belle." Recorded live on February 14th, 2016.

Musica in horto (Deità silvane ) - Ottorino Respighi. Rachel Schutz, Soprano; Jonathan Korth, Piano Recorded live, Nov. 29th 2015

Soprano Rachel Schutz and pianist Tomasz Lis perform "The Clearing" from William Bolcom's "Briefly it enters" song cycle set to text by Jane Kenyon.

Rachel Schutz, soprano and Jonathan Korth, piano perform Hugo Wolf's Storchenbotschaft from the Mörike Lieder. Recorded by Duane Padilla.

Check out this complete performance of Rachel's debut with Opera Paralèlle in 2014.  In a seamless melding of two pieces, a theater troupe of desert wanderers sings the jazz-infused melodies of Kurt Weill’s "Mahagonny Songspiel". They’re searching for paradise — and that now-rarest of commodities, water — in a shattered world. Along the way, they discover not paradise, but an audience for their performance of Poulenc’s outrageously surreal satire "Les mamelles de Tirésias" in which Rachel plays Thérèse/Tirésias.