RACHEL EDIE WARRICK has been praised for possessing “a voice that was warm and shimmering with incredible technical clarity” (Four Seasons Theatre blog) and “a crystal clear, gorgeous sound” (Music Theatre of Madison blog). She has sung with Madison Opera, Opera for the Young, Fresco Opera, Motor City Lyric Opera, Comic Opera Guild, and the Madison Bach Musicians. Favorite roles include Almirena in Rinaldo, Rosina in The Barber of Seville, and the Second Lady in the Magic Flute. Ms. Edie Warrick has performed with professional ensembles around the country, including Music of the Baroque in Chicago; Conspirare in Austin, Texas; and Vox in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Edie Warrick has been heard as a soloist throughout the Midwest in Handel’s Alexander’s Feast, Bach’s B Minor Mass, St. Matthew Passion and Magnificat, Mozart’s Vespers, and Haydn’s Creation, and holds degrees from Lawrence Conservatory of Music and the University of Michigan. She has taught at UW-Oshkosh, Concordia University in Ann Arbor, UW-Madison Summer Music Clinic, and the Madison Early Music Festival. Rachel currently teaches K-1 music at Eagle school and enjoys nurturing the young artists in her private studio.

Projects with MCP:

Mother: Nature; May 2019

Hope in the Future; December 2018

Drown'd in One Endlesse Day; February 2018

Old Lessons and New Carols; December 2017

Privilege; April, 2017

I Was Glad; December, 2016

Martin Mass: Images, Shadows, Dreams; May, 2016

A Procession of Angels; December, 2015

Dale Warland With the MCP; May, 2015

Soloist: Rene Clausen, Tonight Eternity Alone

Faure Requiem and MacMillan Te Deum; February, 2015

O Day Full of Grace; December, 2014

Soloist: James MacMillan, The Gallant Weaver

Bach B Minor Mass; April, 2014

A Light in the Darkness; December, 2013

Soloist: J. Aaron McDermid, From Light to Light- Earth

Celestial Spring; May, 2013