Rachel Sigman provides a performance of a lifetime. Rachel strives to create an engaging and moving experience, mixed with a rich and beautiful sound. She loves to perform, and is known for her vivacious stage presence, congenial personality, her warm and flexible voice, and her thoughtful presentation. As well as freelancing, she pursues her operatic career by auditioning all over the country. In December, she completed a four-month stay with Utah Opera as a Resident Artist. Her next engagement is with Miami Summer Festival where she will perform as Gertrude in Humperdink's Hansel and Gretel.
She has also finished her Master's of Music at Rice University under the instruction of acclaimed voice teacher, Dr. Stephen King. In April of 2014, she performed the role of Lady Billows in their 2014 production of Britten's Albert Herring. Over the summer, she also performed extensively with Aspen Music Festival, singing Pamina, Despina and La Contessa in Opera Scenes Master Classes and understudying Sybil Vane in The Picture of Dorian Grey. In the Summer of 2013, she performed the role of Suor Osmina in their production of Suor Angelica, and covered the roles of Fortuna and Venere in their production of L'coronazione di Poppea. Rachel made her operatic debut with Rice University in their fall of 2012 production of Volpone as Celia. With Rice University, she was also featured in their scenes programs as Mimi from La Bohème, Ilia from Idomeneo, Rosalba from Florencia en el Amazonas, and Mrs. Fiorentino from Street Scene.