Award-winning mezzo-soprano Emily Gray achieved success at an early age when she was named BBC Radio 2 Choir Girl of the Year 2000, leading to a number of television appearances including Songs of Praise, ITV Calendar, BBC Look North and radio interviews with Radio 2, 3 and Women’s Hour. She went on to record the album ‘Passiontide’ for Naxos. Reaching number 8 in the classical charts, Emily was nominated for two Brit Awards and described as “the thinking man’s Charlotte Church”. This was followed by a UK arena tour to audiences of twenty to thirty thousand.
Emily now regularly sings in and around London both as a soloist and as a member of various vocal groups. She also runs vocal and sight-reading workshops for community choirs in the North London area and for the staff at Google’s London office. Emily recently graduated from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where she trained under Linda Hirst.