Rachel Hippert


Rachel Hippert is an American soprano. Her recent productions include: Carmen (Micaëla) and Die Fledermaus (Rosalinda) with Amore Opera Company, Aida (High Priestess) with the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera,  Amahl and the Night Visitors (Mother) with the Brooklyn Philharmonia Chorus, Lakmé (Ellen) with West Side Opera Society, Idomeneo (Elettra)  with the Opera Company of Brooklyn, and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Cinderella) with Once Upon a Time, Inc.

Rachel Hippert

Ongoing projects include performing in partnership with the world peace organization Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL) for various events in NYC, acting as a goodwill ambassador and associate artist with We Care for Humanity (WHC), with whom she has traveled abroad and performed for foreign dignitaries. Also, she serves as the resident soprano soloist for the Brooklyn Philharmonia Chorus and is a staple performer with the Opera Collective, part of the Music Under New York organization.

In 2011, Ms. Hippert became one of the first young artists to perform with famed American bass Simon Estes on his “Roots & Wings” concert tour and to join his Young Artist Performance Program, both sponsored by his foundation, which raises scholarship funds and brings classical music to rural Iowa communities. In 2017, Ms. Hippert released her first studio album: Experimentelle und unbestimmte Lieder Op. 9, a complete songs cycle of minimalist composer Julián De La Chica. An exploration of silence, spirituality and Self-knowledge.

Ms. Hippert obtained her degree from Boston University School of Music and currently studies with Arthur Levy.