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About Rachel


Eager to conquer the music industry, Rachel Shukan recently graduated with her second Masters Degree in Vocal Pedagogy at the University of Houston studying with voice teacher, Joseph Evans. She originates from Woburn, Massachusetts, but has studied music all over the country including Maine, Kansas and now Texas. Classical music is her specialty, but loves to sing in all musical styles. If there’s a microphone, she’s there. Some of her operatic roles include Romilda from Handel’s Serse (2023), Noémie in Cendrilllon by Massenet (2023), Ida in Die Fledermaus (2023), Marenka from The Bartered Bride (2022), Drusilla in The Coronation of Poppea by Claudio Monteverdi (2016), Alice Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor by Otto Nicolai (2017), Princess Agilea In Handel’s opera Teseo (Miami Music Festival 2018), Nella in Gianni Schicchi with Wichita State University (2019) and studied the role of Fiordiligi from Mozart’s Così fan tutte (2020). 

Ms. Shukan thinks that coming together to create music can be a powerful tool of expression. She’s loved her involvement in the choruses of the NAFME All-National Choir (2014), Tosca (OperaMaine 2015), Carmen (OperaMaine 2016), and La Traviata (OperaMaine 2017). With the help of Universities, she’s had the opportunity to sing with the Ars Lyrica Houston, Wichita Grand Opera and The Choral Art Society in Portland, Maine. For more information, please clink the artistic resume attachment below!

She’s found her passion teaching kids and performing with Express Children’s Theater to bring classical music into the Houston community. Her own voice studio offers an opportunity to pursue her passion while providing a supportive environment for all ages. Rachel strives to make music an all-inclusive medium for all to enjoy and share. 

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