Emma is a talented singing teacher with an exceptional musical pedigree, including qualifications from the London College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music, and years of teen performances, touring as chorister and soloist with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. She is internationally experienced, having received rave reviews for high profile performances across multiple music genres, from opera to jazz, across the mediums of live TV, DVD and radio through to operatic and classical performances to audiences of several thousand.

With a 100% track record of Emma’s students passing their ABRSM and Trinity exams, Emma has a natural gift for understanding each individual student’s developmental needs, tailoring coaching to ensure results through vocal exercises using the Hüssler technique and well known Bel Canto style. Emma has now gone on to lead an amateur choir and head a Music department for the David Game College, both in London.

Current repertoire:

I am working on a varied repertoire, including music by Schumann, Schubert, Fauré, Mozart and Barber.

Here are some of the highlights of Emma’s varied career so far:

Opera, concerts, TV, DVD work recitals engagements include:

Education:
Postgraduate Diploma, Performance and Voice, Royal Academy of Music, 2001
Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, 2000
Bachelor of Music, Royal Academy of Music, 1999
Associate of London College of Music,1994
9, GCSEs & 3 A’Levels, Croham Hurst School, South Croydon. 1991 & 1993

Teachers/Accompanists
Present: Accompanist – Helen Crayford and Jonathan Duke
1995- Present: Vocal technician – Joy Mammen,
1995 – 2001: Coach – Geoffrey Pratley
1993-1995: Jane Highfield, Voice
1987-1993: Celia McNaughton, Voice