STORIES // THE MUSIC
THE MUSIC //
Rachel is a professional opera singer, classical voice coach, public speaking coach, and executive coach. Rachel has many performance credits on stage, on camera, and in film soundtracks. Rachel is a doctoral candidate at Pepperdine University, she has a Masters degree in Music from CSUN, a BA in Music from FSU, and BS in International Relations from FSU. She is the owner of OperaTune Vocal Studio serving the Greater Los Angeles and Ventura County areas.
Kenneth Enlow received a bachelors of vocal studies and performance from Florida State University. After graduation, he began working with Metropolitan Opera Artist Mark Baker. During this time, he worked with the Orlando Opera theater production of Carmen. Shortly thereafter, he matriculated to University of Washington to complete his masters of vocal performance studies. While attending UW, he performed King Melchior in a production of Amahl and the Night Visitors, as well as The Vicar in a production of Albert Herring. Also, while attending UW, he worked with the Seattle Opera company performing with them for their production of Don Pasquale. Currently, Kenneth resides in Los Angeles.
With its reputation for lively, laid-back acoustic shows and spontaneous, invitation-only rooftop soirées, The Vignes Rooftop Revival has become an underground node in a thriving local music scene. Guest performers with the group have included some of LA’s finest musicians from a wide variety of genres, including Amber Navran (Moonchild), Eliana Athayde (Nick Waterhouse), Kyle Crane (M. Ward, Daniel Lanois), and Daniel Richardson (Solange). The group’s audience has had its fair share of characters as well— from dubstep producer Skrillex to jazz guitar legend Kurt Rosenwinkel.
Regularly performing as many as 8 times per week, the musicians of The Vignes Rooftop Revival have no plans to slow down. In addition to keeping up an intense schedule of shows, preparations are underway for a live album as well as a studio project. Looking forward, they hope to build a bicycle trailer for the upright bass and begin touring outside of downtown Los Angeles— schemes for a West Coast adventure are already brewing.