Emma Tring - soprano

Emma gained a Music Degree from Bristol University and went on to attain a Masters in Music Performance at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the tutelage of Jane Highfield with whom she still studies alongside coach Phillip Thomas.

In 2005 she performed: Mozart’s C minor Mass at St. James’ Piccadilly with The Classical Soloists; Micaela / Frasquita in Bizet’s Carmen with European Chamber Opera at The Royal Geographical Society and Sheraton Hotels around Thailand; Middle East Opera Gala with European Chamber Opera in the U.A.E; First Lady in Mozart’s The Magic Flute with West London Opera at Questor’s Theatre, Ealing; Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate in the West London Singing Forum; and she gave a Recital of Baroque and 20th Century Music with The Oval Trio (soprano, violin and piano) at The Dunottar Ballroom.

Her previous experience as a concert soloist includes: Mozart’s C minor Mass at St. Giles Cripplegate with East London Late Starters Orchestra; Haydn’s Creation at Ardingly College; Handel’s Messiah at St Mark’s Reigate with Dunottar Choral Society; Brahms’ Requiem, Vaughan-Williams’ Serenade to Music at Holy Trinity Sloane Square with The Chelsea Consort; Fauré’s Requiem at The Victoria Rooms, Bristol with Bristol University Singers; Handels’ Dixit Dominus at The Victoria Rooms and Bordeaux Tour with members of The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Bristol University Singers; Open Air Soiree at Gravesend Stately Home with members of The Chelsea Consort; Vaughan-Williams Mass in G minor, ‘Songs from the Shows’ at South Nutfield Church with South Nutfield Choral Society.