American mezzo-soprano Barbara Rearick has been lauded by Opera News for her “tonal beauty” and Gramophone for her “charm and finesse.” Since her 1993 Carnegie Hall debut in Handel's Messiah, she has performed internationally with such orchestras as the Houston Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. The 2015-2016 season will feature the Messiah with the Wichita Symphony, de Falla’s El amor brujo and Copland’s Old American Songs with the Southwest Florida Symphony.


Posted: Sep-2-2015
Latest Recording

With the, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gerard Schwarz.

Posted: Sep-30-2003
Latest Acclaim

"Mezzo-soprano Barbara Rearick shone in the alternately stately and impassioned 'He Was Despised,' the centerpiece of Handel’s tragic depiction of Christ’s Passion."

— Wichita Eagle
Posted: Dec-6-2015