Rachael Watts, Soprano, is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance from Wright State University, where she previously received her Bachelor’s degree in the same field. Rachael is an experienced musician, having sung in French, German, Italian, and Czech. Rachael was last seen as the first vocalist to be selected to perform in a decade in Wright State’s Young Artist competition. She was also featured as Sylvian in Wright State University’s Production of Lehar’s The Merry Widow. Rachael performed with the Dayton Opera Chorus in Puccini’s Turandot earlier that same year. Her other opera performances include The Magic Flute, Pirates of Penzance, The Old Maid and the Thief, and Dido and Aneas. Rachael is also a member of Wright State’s premier a capella group ETHOS which has featured on Dayton’s televised news 2018, the National A Cappella Convention 2018, Ohio Music Educators Conference in 2017. Rachael is looking forward to a second opportunity to tour Italy and sing for a Vatican mass with Wright State’s Collegiate Chorale. Rachael is beginning her fifth year as a soprano section leader at St. Paul’s Episcopal church. Rachael has been playing piano for over 14 years and started teaching piano at the age of 17. She previously gave piano and voice lessons at 88 Keys Music Studio in Lancaster and Pickerington Ohio. Her musical theater experience includes shows such as CHICAGO, The Producers, Roger’s and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, and Mamma Mia!