Singer | Composer | Ethnomusicologist
Emily's driving force as a songwriter and ethnomusicologist is to explore the musical and social ties that bind the Americas. For two decades, she has traveled between the U.S. and Chile, playing fiddle, banjo, guitar, charango and guitarrón. She divides her time between teaching and performance, including recent projects -- Rounder Songs, a chamber piece featuring voice and old-time banjo, voice; and The Early Mays, an award-winning, all-female folk trio.
Recent performances include... National Sawdust, TUTTI Festival and Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert Series with NOW Ensemble; NPR's Mountain Stage, Appalachian String Band Music Festival, HOTA Fest and Fiddle and Bow Society with The Early Mays; Merkin Hall with Eddy Marcano, SongSpace, Acoustic Music Works
She is currently collaborating with Quantum Theatre, creating original music for a play about Chilean artists, and siblings, Nicanor and Violeta Parra.