Rachel Roulet has served as a vocal coach and pianist for Towson University's Voice Division and Music for the Stage program since 2008.
A native of Seattle, Wash., Roulet was involved with many arts organizations in the Northwest including the Bellingham Festival of Music and the Northwest Boychoirs where she performed as these organizations' keyboardist. She was also a director of the Seattle Young Artists Music Festival and was a founding faculty member of the Seattle Conservatory of Music.
Roulet received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in piano performance and collaborative arts from The University of Michigan and the New England Conservatory where she studied with Charles R. Fisher, Eckart Sellheim, Jeffrey Gilliam and Margo Garrett. She has performed in masterclasses for Elly Ameling, Murray Perahia, Richard Hundley, Martin Katz, Gerard Schwartz and Edgar Meyer. She was invited to study at the Ravinia Festival’s prestigious Steans Institute for Singers in 2001. Roulet has concertized with members of the Seattle Symphony, the Metropolitan Opera, the Boston Lyric Opera and most notably with Erin Wall, Jossie Perez, Richard Clement and Stephen Powell in art song recitals for the Bellingham Festival of Music.
She previously held accompanying positions at Western Washington University, Southern Utah University, the New England Conservatory and the University of Michigan. Roulet spends her summers teaching and accompanying at the New England Music Camp in Sidney, Maine.