'The Independent Music Show Magazine' August 2022 - Page 20

Rachel Goode is a Classically trained Soprano from Galway, Ireland. Rachel sings a crossover of genres from classical to country.

In 2014 Rachel graduated with a First Class Honors,Bachelor of Music degree (specialising in vocal performance) from the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin. Rachel was awarded the Michael McNamara Gold Medal award for the highest recital mark. She then graduated in July 2018 with distinction from the Masters in Opera Performance course at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, and in July 2019 graduated with distinction from the Postgraduate Diplioma in Advanced professional practice.

Singer Rachel Goode hails from Ballinasloe Co. Galway, being classically trained she has a strong voice that can uniquely cross through various genres. She has a bachelor Music degree from DIT and a Masters of Arts in Opera Performance from Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Rachel also has a keen love for fashion and has a certification in Personal Shopping and Fashion styling.

Rachel of recent has had a lot of tv success and was a finalist in 2022 Eurosong competition on the Late Late show on RTE, and a finalist in 2022 series of Glor Tire on TG4 representing Mike Denver. Since her beginnings Rachel has had a love for all genres of music but is most well known for her singing of Irish Folk, Country and Opera. Rachel is no stranger to the stage and has performed in most of the major venues throughout Ireland including the National Concert Hall, Bord Gais Energy Theatre and the National Opera House. Inspired by

artists such as Patsy Cline, Mary Black, Enya, and many others, her

artistry is broad and her love of singing has no bounds!Just recently

she was a finalist in the 2022 series of Glor Tire representing Mike

Denver and she has just released her second single

"Tennessee Waltz"

https:www.rachelgoodemusic.com

After Releasing her debut single "Coal Miner's Daughter in July 2021 Rachel's name is now no stranger to the country scene.