Rachel McCall is a music theatre, opera, cabaret and early music performer with a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from the Elder Conservatorium and an Arts Degree completed at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. She has performed as a soloist with Australian companies including State Opera of South Australia, Co-Opera, The Little Music Room, Adelaide Baroque, Popjam Productions, Adelaide Vocal Project, Adelaide Art Orchestra and is a regular at the Lord Mayor’s Gala as part of The McCall Sisters duo. She toured Australia in 2013 and 2015 playing the role of Jessie in the musical Mother, Wife and the Complicated Life by Amity Dry (arr. Mark Ferguson), and in 2014 performed at the United Nations and Studio 54 in New York. Key projects include Barrie Kosky’s Saul for the 2017 Adelaide Festival, Maria de Buenos Aires with State Opera South Australia/Leigh Warren Dancers, and Ainadamar directed by Graeme Murphy. Other roles include Gherardina – Gianni Schicchi, Third Sprite – The Magic Flute (State Opera South Australia); The Son – The Breasts of Tiresias, Sleep Fairy – Hansel and Gretel, The Chinese Teacup/The White Cat/The Dragonfly – L’enfant et les sortilèges, Frieda/Betty – Sunday in the Park With George (State Opera South Australia Young Artist Studio); Julie – The Portrait(Co-Opera); Polly – The Threepenny Opera (Adelaide University). As co-founder of ‘The Vox Trust’ she created critically-acclaimed show, 20 Something.