28: I have a deep need to be a singer

In this episode, we delve deep into the life of Rachel Willis Sorensen, a celebrated soprano, as she shares her experiences juggling motherhood and a flourishing operatic career. Rachel opens up about the challenges of managing 'mom guilt' while pursuing her dreams and the importance of self-love and acceptance in both her personal and professional life. Her journey offers a unique perspective on balancing life's various roles without sacrificing one's passions.

- Rachel's candid discussion about the challenges of motherhood and career.
- Insights into how she balances her roles as a mother and a world-class soprano.
- The impact of self-acceptance and authenticity in her singing career.
- Rachel's journey across major opera houses in Europe, showcasing her versatility.

Special Moments:
- Rachel's thoughts on the interplay between emotional honesty and the beauty of singing.
- How her life as a mother and artist intertwines and influences each other.

Guest Bio:
Rachel Willis Sorensen is a globally acclaimed soprano, known for her versatility in opera. From Mozart to Wagner, she has graced stages at major opera houses worldwide, including in Europe at Dupuari, Vinastats, Opa, and Bayrushesch Datsopa. As a mother of three, Rachel's story is one of inspiration, balancing her demanding career with the joys and challenges of parenthood.

Connect with Rachel Willis Sorensen:
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelwillissorensen
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/RWSing
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/absorachelutely

Closing Thoughts:
Join us for this heartwarming and insightful episode where Rachel Willis Sorensen unveils the melodies of her life. Her story is a testament to the power of pursuing your dreams while embracing the roles that define us. Tune in for an unforgettable conversation that resonates with authenticity and passion.


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