Rachel’s professional performances have included multiple genres with notable ensembles in festivals and concerts around the world.
Rachel Evans has been a member of the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra, Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra, the contemporary music ensemble Continuum, and the Meridian Quartet. She has performed across the globe with ensembles whose repertoire spans medieval to contemporary.
Recently taking part in Ars Antiqua’s acclaimed recording Francois Philodor's "L'art de la Modulation" with Elizabeth Wallfisch, she was a principal player and recitalist at the Carmel Bach Festival for many years and appeared in various ensembles at the Boston, Berkeley, and Utrecht Early Music Festivals, Charles Ives Festival in Germany and the Victoria Festival in Australia with ensembles such as, the medieval ensemble Sequentia, the baroque ensembles Rebel and Pegasus, Continuum, and others.
She has appeared in the ongoing NYC Cable series "The Facts", (also online at 1687inc). As a sound and movement artist, Rachel collaborated with Elaine Colandrea in “Venus” (2009) and “On the Nature of the Body” (2012), in Rhinebeck, NY and is a member of Watermark Arts www.WatermarkArts.org.
A recipient of the Coleman Chamber Music Award, she earned B.Mus. and M.Mus. degrees at The Juilliard School of Music. She teaches locally violin, viola and piano, giving private lessons in Dutchess, Putnam, Westchester, Orange and Ulster.
See Rachel on WatermarkArts.org. Go to: https://www.watermarkarts/org/artists/rachel-evans/
Enjoy the video below as Rachel performs Courante from Suite in G Major, J.S. Bach.