ATCL | BMus (Hons) | PgDip
Emilie is a Classical Soprano based in Monmouthshire, South Wales.
In Autumn 2022, she appeared on The Voice UK as one half of a classical duo, joining team Sir Tom Jones. At ‘The Blind Auditions’ they achieved four chair turns from the coaches, and Sir Tom also used his one-per-series block button, preventing the duo from choosing Olly Murs.
Emilie has performed in places such as the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Glyndebourne Opera House, Bath Abbey, St. David's Hall Cardiff, The Sherman Theatre Cardiff, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and St. Woolos Cathedral.
Emilie travels to various locations around the UK and beyond to perform for a wide range of commissions and occasions; her example repertoire list is updated regularly and available via email upon request.
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Emilie 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; she was awarded the City University Music Prize 2018 for the highest graded final recital of her year.
Emilie was one of 9 young singers chosen to participate in the Glyndebourne Academy programme 2017 and subsequently was awarded the biennial Bill Weston Young Singers Award from Glyndebourne Opera House in October 2018. Upon completion of her studies, 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.
Following the lifting of the coronavirus restrictions in 2022, Emilie has worked as a freelance musician and singing teacher; she also sings for the charity Music in Hospitals and Care, performing in hospital and care home settings regularly.
Achievements and engagements include; winner of both the 'Song from A Show' and 'Championship Solo' competitions at Abergavenny Eisteddfod 2022, main cast member in Payday Party, a commissioned piece of political theatre by Common Wealth Theatre company, which was performed at both Chapter Arts Centre and at the 2022 Edinburgh Fringe (the cast represented Wales at The Fringe and the show was sponsored by the Arts Council of Wales). Emilie was runner up at the 2023 Dunraven Young Welsh Singer of the Year competition, and made her debut as The Queen of Sheba in Händel's Solomon, performed at Bath Abbey in April 2023, (the first time the work had been performed in Bath for 250 years).