ATCL, BMus (Hons), PgDip
Emilie is a Classical Soprano based in South Wales. She has been singing since she was five years old, and one of her earliest memories is winning her first singing competition at the age of six, singing a Welsh children’s song ‘Mi Welais Jac-y-do’,
at her school Eisteddfod.
She has a Postgraduate Diploma in Classical Voice from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, graduating in September 2019, and a First Class Undergraduate Music Degree from City University of London.
Emilie was awarded the Bill Weston Young Singers Award from Glyndebourne Opera House in October 2018; the award is given once every two years to a singer who has been involved with the Glyndebourne Education programme, which in Emilie's case, was Glyndebourne Academy 2017. More recently, Emilie was accepted to study a three month Erasmus through the European Opera Academy at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini in Florence, Italy, completing the programme and returning to Wales in December 2019.
Emilie travels to various locations around the UK to perform, her example repertoire list is updated regularly and available via email upon request.
'Shine' - Album - Emilie Parry Williams
Emilie received one of Theatr Clwyd's 'Microbursaries' to enable musicians to create new music during the Coronavirus pandemic. The album is available to download or stream via all major streaming services.
Finalist - Dunraven Welsh Young Singer of the Year 2020
One of 5 young Welsh singers to be chosen to compete in the final of the Dunraven Welsh Young Singer of the Year 2020. Final date TBC
European Opera Academy
One of 9 applicants from across Europe to be accepted to attend a three month residency at the Conservatoire Luigi Cherubini in Florence, from September-December 2019
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Postgraduate Diploma in Classical Voice
The Bill Weston Young Singers Award
Degree in Music from City University of London
First (BMus Hons)
Postgraduate Diploma Scholarship Funding
Emilie was awarded funding from the Royal Welsh College of Music, the Monmouthshire Further Education Trust, and the Welsh Church Fund (Monmouthshire) to support her Postgraduate Diploma at the Royal Welsh College
City University Performance Award
Emilie was awarded the Music Department's 2018 performance award, as she achieved the highest marks that year for her performance examination
Sekforde Trust Scholarship
2017 Cordwainers Bursary
Glyndebourne Academy 2017
Grade 8 Singing
ATCL Level 4 Diploma in Performance from Trinity College of Music
BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts
Public Events Listed Only
25th November 2021
A performance of Musical Theatre and Opera favourites at Blackwood Libanus Lifestyle Centre. Accompanied by Thomas Mottershead.
TBC 2021 (postponed due to Covid-19)
Dora Stoutzker Hall, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff.
26th November 2021
Music In Hospitals and Care - Facebook Live Stream Performance
"A performance of Musical Theatre and Classical favourites. 2pm, MIHC Facebook Page. Accompanied by Thomas Mottershead
18th December 2021
Newport Cathedral - Christmas Concert
Guest soloist with Newport Orchestra.