DREAM, CREATE, INSPIRE
Emma was born in Sussex, England, in the spring, with a great sense of humour. Fortunately. She danced, sang, played the cello and the piano. It was quite clear from a very early age that the art world was where she belonged, finding complete fulfilment in expressing herself in this way.
A song a day
Emma wrote a song a day for a year and earned her living playing them in the top London clubs at that time, The Mean Fiddler, The Orange, The Cafe de Paris…
At a very young age Emma was exposed to Strauss’ Elektra and Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde, that was that. She trained as teenager at a London Music Academy and in her twenties she was described as “sky rocketing to world class as a young dramatic soprano” and getting immediate international concerts dates with wonderful pianist partner Julian Jacobson and singing in United States, Canada, France, Malta, Italy.
Art, Art and more Art
“I didn’t want to be in a ‘sausage factory’, I didn’t want to be put in a box”
Being an all-round artist can be difficult, however the inspiration is always with her. Emma has produced more than 100 paintings, 3 poetry collections and more than 300 songs. Currently she is working on her first novel, which will be published soon, learning new operatic roles and painting almost everyday in her studios both in Italy and England.