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Passionate about inspiring others

Emma's focus is on building a foundational practice that is safe and controlled - connecting your mind and body to allow a relaxed, confident, and unique voice. Style, tone, and technique are all achievable with the right tools! She offers a wide variety of skills training including music theory, ear training, experiential anatomy and breath-work. Her foundational training is influenced by Bel Canto Opera, Feldenkrais, Alexander technique, Cicely Berry, Mary Overlie, and Kristian Linklater. Whether this is for an audition or a long term practice, this training can help you achieve your goals.


About Me

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Empowering, supportive and successful

Emma is a classically trained Bel Canto Opera singer who started training at 10 years old. As a young adult, she was in a girl's group that sang on local radio. She has studied jazz, composition, musical theatre, indie, and electronic styles.  She also has significant training in various somatic and experiential modalities which informs her practice.


Emma is also an avid songwriter and composer who recently wrote the score for the Odyssey which premiered at the Hangar Theatre. She is currently working on an original musical and has received support from Trinity College (residency), The Cherry Arts Collective, and the Community Arts Partnership. She is writing the score for a movie set to come out in 2025. 

She has been in countless musicals, concerts, and operas. Memorable moments include working with 2-time Drama Desk award winner Robert Wilson, performing with CocoRosie, whose music has been streamed over 20 million times, and training wonderful international singers in Brazil, England, France, Ireland, Isreal and The United States.


  • B.A. in Performance Studies from Bennington College

  • Ford Fellow, Future of Arts and Culture

  • Participant at the Watermill Center with Robert Wilson

  • Alum of Siti Company and National Theatre Institute 


  • Bel Canto Opera

  • Various Theatre Training

  • Experiential Anatomy 

  • Somatic Practices

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