A versatile performer, soprano, Rachel Elezi made her professional debut at the Cleveland Playhouse, singing and playing the violin in Shakespeare’s As You Like It.
Ms. Elezi is looking forward to an exciting season of singing. A few highlights include her return to Lincoln Center as a soloist on a concert of female composers, as well as taking part in the Festpiele Mecklenberg-Vorpommern in Germany. She will later make her role debut as Clorinda in Geneva Light Opera's production of Rossini's La Cenerentola in 2020.
The 2018-2019 season marked various exciting debuts for Ms. Elezi: she was delighted have made her Lincoln Center debut at The Bruno Walter Auditorium with the Millennium Chamber Symphony, featured as a soloist on their Leonard Bernstein Centennial Concert, Lenny @ 100, in conjunction with an exhibition collection curated by the LA Grammy Museum. Rachel is delighted to have return engagements following this standing-room only performance throughout the fall of 2018 in NYC with Millennium Chamber Symphony. Ms. Elezi also made concert debuts across Europe. In the spring of 2018 she was heard at the Sugrįžimai' International Music Festival in Vilnius, Lithuania, followed by a series of concerts throughout some of the country's most well known museums and castles. In the summer, she made her German debut in Hamburg, where she was a featured soloist at the Bergedorfer Sommerfestival/Musiktage.