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Emily Misch has been praised by Opera News for her “stratospheric coloratura with scintillating precision” while the Times Argus has called her soprano voice “brilliant and virtuosic.” Upcoming appearances include Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute with Opera San Jose and a Mozart gala concert appearance with Glacier Symphony. Other recent highlights include Queen of the Night at Arizona Opera, Annapolis Opera, and The Glimmerglass Festival, and Musetta in La bohème with Newport Classical, as well as Carmina Burana with the Cincinnati Ballet and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Handel's Messiah with Naples Philharmonic, and a soloist appearance in Berg’s Wozzeck with Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Emily has performed Florestine in The Ghosts of Versailles with the Glimmerglass Festival, a role she reprised with Château de Versailles Spectacles in France for her European debut, Madame Goldentrill in The Impresario with Syracuse Opera and Soo Opera, Zamira in American Lyric Theater’s workshop of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Fallen Giant, and Olympia in Les Contes d’Hoffmann and Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Scalia/Ginsburg with Opera North. 


Concert engagements include the Ravinia Festival's Steans Music Institute (Vocal Fellow), Mahler's Symphony No. 8 (Mater Gloriosa) with Berkshire Choral International, Carmina Burana with Westchester Choral Society, Huntington Choral Society, and Altoona Symphony Orchestra, Mozart's Requiem and Haydn's Paukenmesse with Huntington Choral Society, and Exsultate, jubilate with Greenville Symphony Orchestra.

A 2018 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Grand Finalist, Emily has also been awarded prizes from the Schuyler Foundation for Career Bridges, the Gerda Lissner Foundation, Mannes College, and Yale University, and has participated in young artist training programs at Wolf Trap Opera Company, Opera North (NH), and Opera on the Avalon. She received a BA in Music from Yale University, where she graduated magna cum laude.

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Updated May 2024.

Photo by Fay Fox

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