Rachel Keller, soprano, was raised in a musical family in Yorkshire, England. She began vocal studies as an undergraduate music major in York in the UK. There she also sang with the Yorkshire Bach Choir as well as performing supporting roles with York Opera. Rachel’s graduate studies shifted her focus to Music Therapy. When immigrating to the USA to join her husband in Philadelphia, there she explored the Music Therapy profession whilst enjoying a variety of performance opportunities, which included singing with Ancient Voices, an early music ensemble at the University of Pennsylvania. Since moving to Maine in 2002 Rachel has devoted her time to raising a family and to resuming vocal study. In Portland she has studied with Kathleen Grammar and Ellen Chickering. She was previously a member of Renaissance Voices and the Choral Art Society. Currently she is a member of Portland’s Rossini Club and she is a soloist in the Greater Portland area. Rachel has sung with the St Mary Schola since 2012. Other interests include yoga, gardening, running, hiking, kayaking, Nordic skiing and generally keeping up with her growing kids.

Updated: 3/25/2017

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