Emma Tring, BBC National Orchestra of Wales & Martyn Brabbins

Biography Emma Tring, BBC National Orchestra of Wales & Martyn Brabbins

Emma Tring, BBC National Orchestra of Wales & Martyn Brabbins

Emma Tring
studied Music at Bristol university and GSMD and is now a successful soloist and ensemble singer in the UK and abroad.

Emma has performed operatic roles with European Chamber Opera (Micaela and Frasquita), I Fagiolini (The Little Match Girl, Fairy Queen and King Arthur), Park Opera (Despina), BBC Singers (Dido and Sycorax), West London Opera (First Lady), Sloane Square Opera (Belinda). She has sung ensemble and chorus with Music Theatre Wales and BBC Singers under conductors including Martyn Brabbins and John Adams.

As a soloist she has premiered several works by composers including Michael Finnissy, Gabriel Jackson, John Carollo, John Pickard and Andrew Toovey.

She has performed as soloist with the LSO, BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Nu Civilisation Orchestra, Orchestra of Opera North, Britten Sinfonia, The Hanover Band, RPO, AAM and St James Baroque, as well as Choral Societies around the UK.

Emma joined the BBC Singers in 2008 as one of their full-time sopranos and appears regularly with them as ensemble singer and soloist. In the BBC Proms season Emma was soloist in Duke Ellington's Sacred Music with Nu Civilisation Orchestra conducted by Pete Edwards, and at the Last Night of the Proms she sang solo in Laura Mvula's Sing to the Moon which was live on BBC television and radio.

Emma is also a member of vocal ensemble EXAUDI with whom this year she sang in The Hunting Gun by Thomas Larcher at the Aldebergh Festival; in Hologram Madrigal Opera with Opera Erratica at Operagarden Festival and Malta Festival; Berio's Sinfonia with the Helsinki Philharmonic and Susanna Mälki.

She has performed widely with I Fagiolini and has worked with Britten Sinfonia voices, The Clerks, The Scholars and The Sixteen.

Emma is a keen recitalist and recently formed Alexandra Ensemble with her husband Robin Martin, specialising in contemporary music.

They will premiere Michael Finnissy's Motets for voice and violin at St. John's Upper Norwood in April 2020.

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