Emily enjoys a varied career as a soprano vocalist entertainer for corporate events, concerts, outdoor picnic proms and as a national anthem performer at many of the nation’s top sporting and commemorative fixtures.
Emily is the UK’s number 1 sporting anthem singer with more than 50 live broadcast TV performances to her credit, 28 of them from the iconic Wembley Stadium including the Men’s and Women’s FA Cup Finals on several occasions, and for which the BBC called her a “Wembley Institution”.
In addition to football Emily has worked in Formula 1 motor racing, rugby league and rugby union, international netball and ice hockey and the World Endurance Championship, representing a wide range of national anthems and languages.
During lockdown Emily has performed at several live broadcast, on-pitch, national sporting events, including the British Grand Prix 2020 at the UK’s home of Formula One, Silverstone Circuit, which reached an audience of over 400 million, the Community Shield double header 2020 and the Women’s FA Cup Final 2020, all at Wembley Stadium, and also at the National Memorial Arboretum, the UK’s Centre for Remembrance, on Armistice Day 2020 in the presence of the Earl and Countess of Wessex. In May 2021 Emily was back on the Wembley pitch for the FA Non-League Finals Day for the FA Vase and FA Trophy Finals.
Emily’s concert repertoire is an exciting mix of classical and crossover favourites, musical theatre showstoppers. Her captivating and expressive performance is both passionate and dramatic and sponsorship from the international couture house Pia Michi and jewellery brand Glitz n Love guarantees Emily’s uniquely stylish and contemporary look.
Since the re-opening of the entertainment industry in July 2021 Emily has premiered her new solo show ‘From the Heart’, as a guest headliner at several of the Warner Leisure Hotels and will now be taking it to guest on Saga Cruises during Autumn and Winter. Autumn 2021 has seen Emily on her second UK tour with international tenor Russell Watson as his guest soloist and prior to this performed for the Summer Orchestral Proms at the National Memorial Arboretum and at Lytham Hall.