Emily Owen is a 24 year old soprano, recently graduated from Durham University. She is currently studying on the Guildhall Extended Artist Masters course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, specialising in Historical Performance and studying with Marie Vassiliou. She has also recently taken up an administrative role with the newly formed London Youth Choirs.
For the past year, following her graduation, she has been working as an Assistant Administrator for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and studying with Miranda Wright. She sings regularly with the Miranda Wright Singers around the North East, recently taking the role of the Countess in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro at the Sage Gateshead and also performing in a concert for the friends of the Bowes Museum. She has also appeared with the Ryton Choral Society and at the Sunderland City Council Remembrance Events 2010/11. During her time at Durham, Emily was a Choral Scholar at both Hatfield and University College Chapel Choirs and sang with the Durham Cathedral Consort of Singers, Durham University Chamber Choir, Renaissance, and Polyphony. She also managed and directed a female barbershop group, the Bailey Belles, and played in a saxophone quartet and numerous pit bands.
Emily also sings with Blossom Street Singers, Delphian Singers, Eboracum Baroque and the Rodolfus Choir, and was an Assistant Section Leader of the National Youth Choirs of Britain, with whom she has recorded several highly acclaimed CDs, including the recently released Totus Tuus and Sanctum est Verum Lumen. Since leaving NYC, she now sings with the Grammy award winning National Youth Chamber Choir, Laudibus, and has performed in 2 of the BBC Proms as an NYCGB alumnus, including the widely acclaimed Beethoven 9 under Daniel Barenboim.
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