Based in London, Emily has , for the last ten years, been touring with The Australian Pink Floyd Show. She has performed in such venues as The Royal Albert Hall, Hammersmith Apollo, The London O2, NIA, Echo Arena and countless arenas across Europe, America and Canada.
Along with sharing the stage with Dame Cleo Laine and singing before Take 6 at Ronnie Scotts with a cappella group 'Vive', she can be heard on Thunder albums including ‘Wonder Days’ and “Please Remain Seated’ (Rockfield studios) which reached numbers four and one in the official UK album charts respectively. Through Thunder’s annual Christmas shows she has shared the stage with Scott Gorham (Thin Lizzy), Andy Taylor (DuranDuran). Emily also appears on the latest Cats in Space album 'Atlantis' which she recorded remotely from her home studio during lockdown.
Emily is renowned for her confident ability to transcribe and arrange backing vocals and lead the vocal section both in studio and live scenarios. Emily has sung for commercial recordings and film, various vocal a cappella and gospel ensembles and has provided backing vocals for numerous up-and-coming solo artists across the UK.
Emily has guest lectured at BIMM, LCM and The University of South Wales on touring, audition techniques, owning your business as a female in the music industry and backing vocals.
Emily was involved in a collaborative electronic/acousmatic project 'Nightports' exploring synthesis, vocal timbres and the popular song. The project went on to be featured on Giles Peterson’s Collaborative Album “Brownswood Bubblers Eleven”.
Emily can also be heard on other albums including 'New World' (Dave Kerner), "Black Floyd' (The McBroom Sisters) and the new Cats In Space album 'Atlantis.
Amongst touring the world, transcribing and arranging for a plethora of artists. Emily has found time to branch out as a solo act on vocals and keyboards, featuring at the Monte Carlo Casino, and recently toured with Heather Findlay for the ‘Wild White Horses’ tour on keys and backing vocals. Due to the success of the tour the live album "Wild White Horses" was born featuring Emily and was released October 2020
Early years: At 4 years Emily began her classical training across a range of disciplines including Suzuki violin. By 15, her training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama directed her towards vocal studies and through 'Theatre-Train' and The National Youth Music Theatre, soloed in venues such as the Theatre Royal Drury Lane and The London Palladium. After completing a vocal diploma at The Italia Conti Academy of Performing Arts London, Emily received a Master's Degree at Leeds College of Music specialising in vocal arrangement, backing vocals and performance. She started her professional career singing in celebrity Christmas cards for Hallmark. Emily is available for live and studio work.