Created in 2015, Solo Voci is a small choral ensemble comprised of Belle Voci members who perform exclusively a cappella music that can be enjoyed by music lovers of all ages. Focusing on the beauty of unaccompanied women's voices, Solo Voci is a versatile group that performs in concert with Belle Voci as well as in smaller venues, entertaining audiences with a diverse repertoire including Broadway hits, contemporary favorites, jazz standards, holiday music, spirituals, and more.
About the Director
Rachel Eaton, Musical Director
Rachel Eaton received her bachelor’s degree from Yale University in 2002 and her PhD in cognitive psychology from Harvard University in 2007, where she was also the recipient of the Derek Bok Prize, a university-wide award for excellence in teaching. Trained in voice, violin, and musical theater, Rachel served as the musical director and CD producer of a women’s a cappella ensemble at Yale University and has performed in multiple ensembles and theater productions at Yale, Harvard, and around the Pittsburgh area. Her love of teaching led Rachel to become a preschool music teacher and advocate for early music education. Rachel is proud to have sung with Belle Voci since its inception in 2012, and she was thrilled when she was asked to form Solo Voci, which she has directed and performed with since 2015.