With apparent ease her voluptuous phrasing soared into her gleaming high register.
-San Diego Story
Praised for her "brilliant lyric soprano" (San Diego Story), Rachel Blaustein is poised as a bright and up-and-coming artist, with a moving sensibility to drama and text.
The 2020-2021 season proves to be an exciting year with many debuts. Most recently, Rachel made her mainstage debut with Chicago Opera Theater as Queer Kid in the Midwest Premiere digital production of Taking Up Serpents. Additionally, she won an Encouragement Award from the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions: Northwest Regionals. Upcoming, Rachel will appear as First Flower in Chicago Opera Theater's April production of La Hija de Rappaccini. To round out the season, she will make her debut with The Santa Fe Opera as Autonone in the world premiere of John Corigliano's The Lord of Cries.