Siobhan Raupach's voice has been praised for it's "thrilling steel," and she brings her expressiveness to a wide variety of vocal repertoire. In April of 2015 she made her symphonic debut singing the dual role of Gabriel and Eve in Haydn's Die Schöpfung with the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra. She has also recently performed the roles of Governess in The Turn of the Screw and Abigail Williams in The Crucible with Chicago Summer Opera, Pamina in Die Zauberflöte at the Accademia Europea dell’Opera and Oberto in Alcina with Black Box Baroque.
In addition to her oratorio and operatic work, Siobhan is equally comfortable in art songs and chamber works. She has previously performed Samuel Barber's Hermit Songs and Dominick Argento’s Songs About Spring in concert, along with other selected works by composers such as Schubert, Wolf, Strauss, Fauré, Massenet, Gounod and Tchaikovsky. In May 2015 she performed a concert program entitled A Night in Vienna, which showcased Viennese composers throughout the ages. She is also a member of Duo Promessa with her husband; classical guitarist Kevin Robinson.
Siobhan Raupach has participated in the CoOPERAtive Program, the Vancouver International Song Institute, the Centre for Opera Studies in Italy and the Vocal Program at the Centre d’arts Orford. Siobhan has also performed in several masterclasses for distinguished conductors and coaches such as Eric Weimer, conductor at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Martin Katz, renowned collaborative pianist and professor at the University of Michigan, and Ann Baltz, founder and director of OperaWorks.
Siobhan received her Bachelor of Music in Classical Voice Performance ('13) from the Schulich School of Music at McGill University, where she graduated with an honorary distinction of Outstanding Performance in Voice. She also holds both a Master of Music ('15) and a Post Graduate Degree in Music ('16) from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Catherine Cook. Siobhan currently resides in Philadelphia, PA.