Pastors & Staff
Organist/Children's Music Director
Rachel Misheff is a pianist and organist from Georgetown, Kentucky. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Eastern Kentucky University in 2017, with a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and a Minor in French Studies. During her thirteen years of musical study, Rachel has participated in numerous recitals and concerts, as well as in competitions across the southeastern region. In 2016, Rachel was the winner of the EKU Concerto Competition and performed Saint Saens’ Piano Concerto No. 2 in g minor with the EKU Symphony Orchestra. Additionally, she has received awards in the KMTA Bluegrass Piano Competition Young Artist Division, and in the Ashland Memorial Piano Competition. Rachel has received scholarships to study at the Montecito International Music Festival and the Indiana University Piano Academy, two highly selective summer music programs, and has been invited to perform in masterclasses with distinguished faculty. She has worked as as an accompanist and as a private instructor for the Richmond Area Arts Council and the Foster Academy of Musical Excellence. Rachel is an alumna of Sigma Alpha Iota, a professional music fraternity for women. In addition to piano and organ, she is also an accomplished saxophonist. Rachel recently moved to Huntsville to be closer to her boyfriend and plans to earn her Masters degree in the future. Currently, her favorite thing about Huntsville its support of the arts and its plentiful amount of food trucks. In her free time, Rachel enjoys crafting, hiking, reading, and spending time with her cat and two dogs.