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RACHEL FABRI completed a Masters in Musical Theatre at the Guildford School of Acting, UK. Rachel is a classical-crossover and musical theatre soprano - a popular and professional singer who has performed in various concerts, musicals, corporate events, gigs, weddings etc.. most frequently in Malta and the UK. She is signed to the internationally-acclaimed Eclipse Artists Agency. Rachel also enjoys branching out into indie pop/ indie folk music and often writes and composes her own material. The single Let You Go was released in January 2017 on iTunes, Spotify and many other sites and the official music video may be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkJPnLYyxdc Rachel most recently played the iconic role of Maria in The Sound of Music at the MCC (Grapevine Music) - Oct 2016. Andre Delicata, The Times of Malta: "Maria, played by the wonderful Rachel Fabri - whose clear, pure tones certainly do justice to the character - which is no easy task, as the Julie Andrews comparison is inevitable. However, Fabri made the role of Maria her very own...". Prior to this, Rachel played a rather different role, that of spunky Regina in Malta's longest running musical Rock of Ages (TAC Theatre). In 2015, Rachel launched her debut solo musical theatre / classical-crossover album, 'Forever Yours' in Malta and in London. The Malta launch was held at Maria Rosa Wine Estate in Attard where Rachel was accompanied by some of Malta's top musicians, and the UK launch was held at The Pheasantry in London, where Rachel was accompanied by WMTO conductor Andrew Hopkins on the piano. Lejman, Times of Malta: "Both the event and the album it celebrated were well-executed and chock-full of talent." http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20150830/arts-entertainment/an-emotional-tribute.582542 2015 also saw Rachel playing the challenging role of Cathy in the Jason Robert Brown two-person musical 'The Last Five Years', which was held at the Blue Box, Malta, in November 2015, and received excellent reviews. Jes Camilleri, Sunday Times of Malta: "Rachel Fabri was a great Cathy, quietly emotional in her heart-wrenching delivery of her opening song 'Still Hurting' and hilariously comical in her excellent 'Audition Sequence'." http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20151104/arts-entertainment/the-last-five-years.590878 Rachel also played 'Catherine' in '1565 - The Musical in Concert', alongside the MPO, which was held at the MCC for the 450th anniversary of the Great Siege. Rachel formed part of the well-renowned, British, platinum-disc, classical-crossover quartet 'All Angels'. With All Angels, she performed at prestigious venues such as Wembley Stadium (Champions League Final Opening Ceremony 2011) in front of 90,000 live spectators and millions of tv viewers, in front of over 20,000 people at the O2 Arena and the Royal Albert Hall. The quartet also toured America, Spain and Crete. As part of the quartet, Rachel has been seen on BBC1’s The One Show, the Channel 4 feature on All Angels and at the 2011 Classic Brit Awards to name a few. Other All Angels concerts include: Sheffield Arena, Manchester MEN Arena, LG Birmingham Arena, the House of Commons, Leicester Square Theatre, Octagon Theatre, the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall, the Nottingham festival, as supporting act for the Katherine Jenkin's Concert at Clumber Park, the Splendour festival, Edinburgh's Usher Hall, Cadogan Hall, Grosvenor House for the ICC Awards, for HRH Earl of Wessex at Spencer House, Pontypridd Festival in Wales, with Lesley Garrett at King's Place, for the Royal British Legion at the Guildhall, Royal British Legion concert in Spain and UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles. Together, the group released an EP called ‘Starlight’. Originally signed to Decca Records (Universal Music Group), they performed and launched the EP at Covent Garden's Apple Store. Rachel had the privilege to perform alongside stars such as X Factor winner Alexandra Burke, Dame Shirley Bassey, Katherine Jenkins, Lesley Garrett, Ruth Lorenzo, Tinchy Stryder and Amy Winehouse's god-daughter Dionne Bromfield. Born in Malta, Rachel initially trained at Masquerade School for the Performing Arts and privately under tuition of soprano Gillian Zammit. In the UK, she trained with the likes of Robert Archibald, Heather Weir, Barbara Ward, Gerry Tebbut, Ross Campbell, Rosemary Ashe, Cheryl Kennedy, Michael Vivian, Niall Bailey, Andrew C Wadsworth, Martin Waddington.. amongst others. Since moving back to Malta, Rachel regularly keeps up her vocal training with Denise Mulholland. Rachel participated in frequent workshops and masterclasses both in Malta and in the UK. Rachel also completed the Estill Voice Course in London with Charlotte Shorthouse, thanks to funding from the Malta Arts Council. Rachel’s UK theatre roles have included performances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as the lead role in ‘Persephone’, the Henley Fringe Festival as the lead role Cassie in ‘Make Believe’ at the Kenton Theatre and at the London Palladium in ‘Me and My Girl’. She also featured as a guest soloist on the UK tour of the musical revue ‘Beyond the Barricade’ - this tour was the prize she won for being a finalist in the first edition of L-iSfida, a TV talent show that aired in Malta in 2005. Rachel was also a resident singer on one of Malta’s most popular TV shows ‘Tista’ Tkun Int’ (2005). She also features on regular television shows such as 'Malta Llejla', '12to3' etc - past tv credits include: Ghada Jisbah Ukoll and Wake Up Sleeper. At GSA Conservatoire, Rachel’s roles included Polly Browne in ‘The Boyfriend’ (under direction of Cheryl Kennedy), Oolie in ‘City of Angels’, Rachel in ‘When Midnight Strikes’, Fran in 'Slice of Life' at the New End Theatre in London (under direction of Andrew C Wadsworth) and Young Girl in ‘Anything Goes’ at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford. Rachel may be seen performing alonsgide Dominic Cooper and Les Miserables star Philip Quast in the film ‘The Devil’s Double’, playing Arabic singer Abdel Akle. Rachel's Malta theatre debut was playing the title role of Annie in Masquerade's 'Annie' at the Manoel Theatre at age 12. Malta theatre roles and guest performances include: Guest soloist in the HSBC Summer Concert alongside the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and Broadway star Kim Criswell, playing the role of Snow White in the Masquerade Christmas pantomime 'The Curse of Snow White' at the Manoel Theatre (2012/3), featuring as a soloist in Voices 2002, 2006 and 2012 at the MCC, featuring as a lead soloist in the 'Comedy Tonight' and 'Simply Webber' musical revues and participating as a guest soloist in 'Movie Spectacular' at the MCC, alongside the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra. Other Malta roles include: Crystal in ‘Little Shop of Horrors’, Self/Co-director in ‘With Friends Like These’ revue, Befana in ‘La Befana’, Cinderella in ‘Into the Woods’, Debbie in ‘The Real Thing’, Princess Bianca in pantomime ‘Sleeping Beauty’, Soloist in ‘Handel’s Messiah’, Soprano in ‘Semele’, amongst others. In 2007, Rachel completed her Bachelors Degree in Psychology (B.Psy (Hons.). and also gained various diplomas in Child Psychology. This, alongside her musical training, led her to teach singing at schools such as Italia Conti and Stage Coach in the UK. After 5 years living in the UK, Rachel moved back to Malta to take on the position of Head of Music at Masquerade School for the Performing Arts. In this role, she directed 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee', 'A...My name is Alice' and 'Lucky Stiff'. Rachel also gives private singing tuition and is often asked to give voice lectures, masterclasses and seminars. Rachel often records voice overs for radio advertisements and may also be seen on a few different local TV advertisements, such as the Melita and Gap adverts and the popular Airmalta advertisement featuring tenor Joseph Calleja. RACHEL FABRI is a classical-crossover & musical theatre artiste. She also formed part of platinum-disc quartet All Angels. www.rachelfabri.com
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About Rachel Fabri

RACHEL FABRI completed a Masters in Musical Theatre at the Guildford School of Acting, UK. Rachel is a classical-crossover and musical theatre soprano - a popular and professional singer who has performed in various concerts, musicals, corporate events, gigs, weddings etc.. most frequently in Malta and the UK. She is signed to the internationally-acclaimed Eclipse Artists Agency. Rachel also enjoys branching out into indie pop/ indie folk music and often writes and composes her own material. The single Let You Go was released in January 2017 on iTunes, Spotify and many other sites and the official music video may be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkJPnLYyxdc Rachel most recently played the iconic role of Maria in The Sound of Music at the MCC (Grapevine Music) - Oct 2016. Andre Delicata, The Times of Malta: "Maria, played by the wonderful Rachel Fabri - whose clear, pure tones certainly do justice to the character - which is no easy task, as the Julie Andrews comparison is inevitable. However, Fabri made the role of Maria her very own...". Prior to this, Rachel played a rather different role, that of spunky Regina in Malta's longest running musical Rock of Ages (TAC Theatre). In 2015, Rachel launched her debut solo musical theatre / classical-crossover album, 'Forever Yours' in Malta and in London. The Malta launch was held at Maria Rosa Wine Estate in Attard where Rachel was accompanied by some of Malta's top musicians, and the UK launch was held at The Pheasantry in London, where Rachel was accompanied by WMTO conductor Andrew Hopkins on the piano. Lejman, Times of Malta: "Both the event and the album it celebrated were well-executed and chock-full of talent." http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20150830/arts-entertainment/an-emotional-tribute.582542 2015 also saw Rachel playing the challenging role of Cathy in the Jason Robert Brown two-person musical 'The Last Five Years', which was held at the Blue Box, Malta, in November 2015, and received excellent reviews. Jes Camilleri, Sunday Times of Malta: "Rachel Fabri was a great Cathy, quietly emotional in her heart-wrenching delivery of her opening song 'Still Hurting' and hilariously comical in her excellent 'Audition Sequence'." http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20151104/arts-entertainment/the-last-five-years.590878 Rachel also played 'Catherine' in '1565 - The Musical in Concert', alongside the MPO, which was held at the MCC for the 450th anniversary of the Great Siege. Rachel formed part of the well-renowned, British, platinum-disc, classical-crossover quartet 'All Angels'. With All Angels, she performed at prestigious venues such as Wembley Stadium (Champions League Final Opening Ceremony 2011) in front of 90,000 live spectators and millions of tv viewers, in front of over 20,000 people at the O2 Arena and the Royal Albert Hall. The quartet also toured America, Spain and Crete. As part of the quartet, Rachel has been seen on BBC1’s The One Show, the Channel 4 feature on All Angels and at the 2011 Classic Brit Awards to name a few. Other All Angels concerts include: Sheffield Arena, Manchester MEN Arena, LG Birmingham Arena, the House of Commons, Leicester Square Theatre, Octagon Theatre, the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall, the Nottingham festival, as supporting act for the Katherine Jenkin's Concert at Clumber Park, the Splendour festival, Edinburgh's Usher Hall, Cadogan Hall, Grosvenor House for the ICC Awards, for HRH Earl of Wessex at Spencer House, Pontypridd Festival in Wales, with Lesley Garrett at King's Place, for the Royal British Legion at the Guildhall, Royal British Legion concert in Spain and UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles. Together, the group released an EP called ‘Starlight’. Originally signed to Decca Records (Universal Music Group), they performed and launched the EP at Covent Garden's Apple Store. Rachel had the privilege to perform alongside stars such as X Factor winner Alexandra Burke, Dame Shirley Bassey, Katherine Jenkins, Lesley Garrett, Ruth Lorenzo, Tinchy Stryder and Amy Winehouse's god-daughter Dionne Bromfield. Born in Malta, Rachel initially trained at Masquerade School for the Performing Arts and privately under tuition of soprano Gillian Zammit. In the UK, she trained with the likes of Robert Archibald, Heather Weir, Barbara Ward, Gerry Tebbut, Ross Campbell, Rosemary Ashe, Cheryl Kennedy, Michael Vivian, Niall Bailey, Andrew C Wadsworth, Martin Waddington.. amongst others. Since moving back to Malta, Rachel regularly keeps up her vocal training with Denise Mulholland. Rachel participated in frequent workshops and masterclasses both in Malta and in the UK. Rachel also completed the Estill Voice Course in London with Charlotte Shorthouse, thanks to funding from the Malta Arts Council. Rachel’s UK theatre roles have included performances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as the lead role in ‘Persephone’, the Henley Fringe Festival as the lead role Cassie in ‘Make Believe’ at the Kenton Theatre and at the London Palladium in ‘Me and My Girl’. She also featured as a guest soloist on the UK tour of the musical revue ‘Beyond the Barricade’ - this tour was the prize she won for being a finalist in the first edition of L-iSfida, a TV talent show that aired in Malta in 2005. Rachel was also a resident singer on one of Malta’s most popular TV shows ‘Tista’ Tkun Int’ (2005). She also features on regular television shows such as 'Malta Llejla', '12to3' etc - past tv credits include: Ghada Jisbah Ukoll and Wake Up Sleeper. At GSA Conservatoire, Rachel’s roles included Polly Browne in ‘The Boyfriend’ (under direction of Cheryl Kennedy), Oolie in ‘City of Angels’, Rachel in ‘When Midnight Strikes’, Fran in 'Slice of Life' at the New End Theatre in London (under direction of Andrew C Wadsworth) and Young Girl in ‘Anything Goes’ at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford. Rachel may be seen performing alonsgide Dominic Cooper and Les Miserables star Philip Quast in the film ‘The Devil’s Double’, playing Arabic singer Abdel Akle. Rachel's Malta theatre debut was playing the title role of Annie in Masquerade's 'Annie' at the Manoel Theatre at age 12. Malta theatre roles and guest performances include: Guest soloist in the HSBC Summer Concert alongside the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and Broadway star Kim Criswell, playing the role of Snow White in the Masquerade Christmas pantomime 'The Curse of Snow White' at the Manoel Theatre (2012/3), featuring as a soloist in Voices 2002, 2006 and 2012 at the MCC, featuring as a lead soloist in the 'Comedy Tonight' and 'Simply Webber' musical revues and participating as a guest soloist in 'Movie Spectacular' at the MCC, alongside the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra. Other Malta roles include: Crystal in ‘Little Shop of Horrors’, Self/Co-director in ‘With Friends Like These’ revue, Befana in ‘La Befana’, Cinderella in ‘Into the Woods’, Debbie in ‘The Real Thing’, Princess Bianca in pantomime ‘Sleeping Beauty’, Soloist in ‘Handel’s Messiah’, Soprano in ‘Semele’, amongst others. In 2007, Rachel completed her Bachelors Degree in Psychology (B.Psy (Hons.). and also gained various diplomas in Child Psychology. This, alongside her musical training, led her to teach singing at schools such as Italia Conti and Stage Coach in the UK. After 5 years living in the UK, Rachel moved back to Malta to take on the position of Head of Music at Masquerade School for the Performing Arts. In this role, she directed 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee', 'A...My name is Alice' and 'Lucky Stiff'. Rachel also gives private singing tuition and is often asked to give voice lectures, masterclasses and seminars. Rachel often records voice overs for radio advertisements and may also be seen on a few different local TV advertisements, such as the Melita and Gap adverts and the popular Airmalta advertisement featuring tenor Joseph Calleja. RACHEL FABRI is a classical-crossover & musical theatre artiste. She also formed part of platinum-disc quartet All Angels. www.rachelfabri.com
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Genres:
Folk, Musicals, Pop, Musical Theatre, Classical-crossover, Indie Folk, Indie Pop

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