“Singer, Rachel Hundert at Toronto’s Jazz Bistro was a stand-out! Standards or the less-familiar were all delivered with style and brilliance. She brings you in with her directness and honesty – What a voice!”

– Daniel Lichti (Acclaimed as one of Canada’s finest concert and oratorio singers & Judge on ‘Bathroom Divas’ TV Show)


“Among the joys of the production is… the “let’s-get-away-from-society” (a theme popular with the composer’s good friend, Cole Porter) attitude of “Settle Down in a One-Horse Town” charmingly sung by Luka Fric and Rachel Hundert.”

– Cabaret Scenes: The Magazine of the American Songbook Association

Chip Deffaa’s The Irving Berlin Duets Album, Volume One (Garret Mountain Records)


“Backed by Chris Caswell, John DeMarco, Chris Bell, and Suzanne Rayson, Rachel Hundert delivered a lilting “Look for a Sky of Blue,” from past APCG hit “Little Mary Sunshine.”


“Rachel sang a hot “Come Rain or Come Shine.”


– Fire Island Q News

70, Girls, 70, the Arts Project of Cherry Grove (APCG)


“A good deal of credit for this exceptional presentation must also be shared with Director Rachel Hundert. She paces the proceedings extremely well, making it hard to believe that this is a nearly two hour performance of a one actor show. Every scene and number flows onwards believably even when Fanny is being Fanny imitating the other people who are talking to Fanny.”

– Broadway Kingdom Entertainment /Off-Broadway Review
One Night With Fanny Brice, 13th Street Repertory Theatre (Director)


“Expanding the Universe of Me” – Music & lyrics by Rachel Hundert

Excerpts: Rachel Hundert in “If I Had Wings” at the Metropolitan Room