Here’s something to sing about: all the amazing voice teachers at the Omaha Conservatory are currently accepting new students! Regardless of your age or skill level, we’ll match you with an instructor who will get you to the next level. Listen as Artist-Faculty member and voice department chair Rachel Aalund Griggs offers an overview of our vocal offerings, including singing in the age of COVID. Whoever you are and however you sing, the Omaha Conservatory is here to help: omahacm.org/voice
Rachel Aalund Griggs is a Lyric Soprano. Originally from North Dakota she moved to Omaha, Neb., after finishing her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Midland University (then Midland Lutheran College) in Fremont.
Rachel is a voice artist-faculty member at the Omaha Conservatory of Music and also serves as a department head there. Rachel is also a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and National Music Teachers Association (NMTA).
She has collaborated and performed with many organizations including: The Rose Theater, The Rangbrook Ensemble, Mastersingers Chorus, Masterworks Chorus, Class Act Productions USO Show, Fremont Festival Choir, Omaha Symphony and Opera Omaha.
Rachel has extensive experience engaging students, music classes, as well as adult and children’s choirs as a singer, coach, conductor, vocal coach and private lesson teacher.