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Rachel    Moon   


Even and bereft of strain
        at the highest and lowest extremes


Korean-American mezzo-soprano, Rachel Moon has appeared as a soloist as well as in ensembles on many stages, most notably with The Dallas Opera, Sarasota Opera, Opera Naples, Red River Lyric opera, Opera Breve, the historic opera theater of Cagli in Italy, also including performances in Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth Texas, as well as with the Irving Symphony Orchestra, and many more. Rachel Moon has participated in training programs such as VOICExperience, Opera Naples, OperaWorks, and Opera in Concerts in Italy.

This year, Rachel Moon has been based in Dallas and Fort Worth Area in Texas, Rachel has been featured more as a soloist and a member of the ensemble groups such as Highland Park Chorale, Music Ministry Conservatory in Dallas, The Dallas Opera and Fort Worth Opera.

During Spring of 2023, Rachel debuted as Dorabella in Così fan tutte with Opera Arlington. Rachel also served as mezzo studio artist and doing outreach performances with Fort Worth Opera during 2022-23 season. Rachel has started to work with Fort Worth Opera from January of 2022, when Rachel covered the role of Toypurina in Fort Worth Opera’s world premiere ZORRO.

Summer of 2019, the prior to the pandemic, Rachel Moon was an apprentice artist at Miami Classical Music Festival performing the role of Le Prince Charmant in Massenet’s Cendrillon. “Noble in bearing, this exceptional young mezzo easily conquered the role’s high tessitura,” writes Lawrence Budman, South Florida Classical Review. “Moon’s vocal production is even and bereft of strain at the highest and lowest extremes.” “Her mellow sound perfect for the prince’s initial monologue of tormented loneliness.” “Moon provided the afternoon’s standout performance.”

In 2019 was Rachel’s transition year, representing as a soprano artist to a mezzo-soprano artist. During the year, Rachel Moon performed the role of High Priestess in Verdi’s Aida and covered the role(s) of Dorabella in Mozart’s Così fan tutte, and the Secretary in Menotti’s The Consul with Spotlight on Opera. In 2017-2018, Rachel served as the educational artist with The Dallas Opera covering the role of Despina in Mozart’s Three Little Pigs.

Rachel Moon has participated in training programs such as Miami Music Festival, VOICExperience, Opera Naples, OperaWorks, and Opera in Concerts in Italy. Rachel’s other repertoires include Hansel (Hänsel und Gretel), Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni), Ruggiero (Alcina), Stéphano (Roméo et Juliette), Romeo (I Capuleti e i Montecchi), Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), and Nicklausse (Les contes d'Hoffmann).

Rachel was recognized as a person of exceptional talent and was subsequently awarded a full tuition scholarship to Texas Christian University. At TCU, Rachel studied with J. David Brock and earned her master’s degree in Vocal Performance. Rachel’s bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance is from the University of North Texas, where she studied with Dr. Stephen F. Austin.



Donna Elvira from Don Giovanni by W. A. Mozart

Dorabella from Così fan tutte by W. A. Mozart

Le Prince Charmant from Massenet's Cendrillon

Madame Pompous from Too Many Sopranos by Edwin Penhorwood 

Musetta from La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini

Secretary from The Consul by Gian Carlo Menotti

Toypurina from Zorro by Armienta

Ruggiero  from Alcina by George Frideric Handel

Hansel from Hansel and Gretel by Engelbert Humperdinck




Gloria in D Major RV 589 by Vivaldi

Messiah by Handel

Requiem by Don Forrest

Requiem by Faure

Requiem by Mozart


Role in Preparation


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