Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert
'L'amero, saro costante' (Il Re Pastore) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Recorded May 2017)
'Nachtlied' - Felix Mendelssohn (Recorded May 2017)
'Silent Noon' - Vaughan Williams (Recorded May 2017)
'Three Early Songs' - George Crumb (Recorded May 2017)
'Trois melodies' - Olivier Messiaen (Recorded May 2017)
Brooks Van Der Pump English Song Competition - 1st Prize (2017)
'The singing, particularly playful soprano Emily Jennings, is just glorious.' - Shyama Perera, MonkeyMattersTheatre (Review of Third Hand Opera's production of 'Puppet Lieder')
British Soprano Emily Jennings is a diverse performer with a career comprising of opera, musical theatre, jazz, concerts and recitals. She is also a passionate singer of choral music and contemporary classical music and thoroughly enjoys sharing unusual and less-heard repertoire with audiences.
She graduated with Distinction from the Royal College of Music where she studied both as an undergraduate and masters student as an award holder supported by an Alice Templeton awards, under the tutelage of Amanda Roocroft.
Prior to her studies at the Royal College of Music, Emily attended Chetham’s School of Music. Throughout her years of training, Emily has performed as both a soloist and as part of an ensemble in many of the UK’s most prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall, where she made her professional debut aged 15 in the world premiere of ‘The Water Diviner’s Tale’ (Portman) as part of the BBC Proms, the Southbank Centre, the Cadogan Hall and Westminster Abbey.
Recent highlights include her solo debut in the Cadogan Hall performing James MacMillan’s Three Scottish Songs, winning 1st Prize in the Brooks Van Der Pump English Song Competition and performing the soprano solo parts in Monteverdi’s Vespers with the Thomas Tallis Society accompanied by the Sixteen Orchestra.
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