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Rachel Willis-Sørensen est une chanteuse lyrique professionnelle de renommée internationale très active sur les réseaux sociaux. La soprano américaine, outre des quizz sonores et des exercices vocaux, propose cette semaine de chanter de grands airs d’opéra en duo avec elle.
I have always been a singer. I started music by singing in choirs, I sang musical theater pieces and a lot of jazz music. It is funny because as a classical musician now, the idea of performing live music improvised is actually a nightmare ! I started taking lessons when I was barely 17 and my teacher taught me that if I sang in the wrong way I could lose my voice, something that terrified me because I was singing with the wrong technique.
Candid and kind advice from the amazing Rachel Willis Sorensen that will benefit singers, artists, and anyone who wants to take care of themselves better.
Rachel Willis-Sørensen has a large voice, with a beautiful amber and creamy color that is well suited to the warmth of Puccini's Mimì.
Ieri, Oggi, Domani, Opera!
The soprano Rachel Willis-Sørensen creates the role of Mimì very lyrically, with a warm timbre in the middle register and shining high notes.
Rachel Willis-Sørensen is not a little girl, but a young, passionate woman who can gently envelop her bewitching singing, lets it vibrate in a lively manner or idealistically empowers it.
In the first Tête à Tête, Jonas Kaufmann shows what he can do in terms of acting and vocal skill. Rachel Willis-Sørensen immediately counters this as Mimi with the same high level of singing. It ends in the duet of flaming love Tu sol comandi, amore! - Only love should command us. Very nicely sung and acted!