Emily Steers
Singer, Music Teacher, and Conductor.

Emily Steers is a versatile performer music teacher, and conductor based in Guelph, Ontario.

An ardent supporter of new music, Emily recently premiered a new solo chamber opera by Alexander Wright at the “Offstage: A Night Of Comedy and Opera” show in Kitchener. She also helped workshop “The Chair” with Musique 3 Femmes as part of their new opera showcase.

In April of 2019, Emily toured Maritime provinces with the Rubrum Aurum early music trio, sharing a programme of sacred and secular Baroque chamber music. In June, she performed with Long Reach Opera Workshop as Barbarina in their production of Le Nozze di Figaro. She followed that up in July and August, performing a series of recitals in Bristol, UK, and Christchurch and Darfield, NZ.

Emily graduated from her MA in Community Music at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2020. Her research focuses on the impacts of LGBTQ+ choirs on the broader queer community and social relationships. She also holds a Bachelor of Music from Mount Allison University,under the instruction of Dr. Vicki St. Pierre. Emily is currently continuing her vocal studies with James McLean and Amanda Brunk.

Emily Steers is also a passionate supporter of choral music. She has sung with Mount Allison’s Elliott Chorale from 2015 through 2019 and made her conducting debut with them in the spring of 2019.

Emily continues her work in choral conducting as the assistant conductor with the Laurier Singers, and at Harcourt United Church as the assistant music director and soprano section leader.

Emily Steers has been fortunate to receive numerous scholarships for academic and performance achievements, including the Mary T. Walshman Award, for a promising young singer, and the Ethel Peake Memorial Prize, for vocal excellence.

Find Out More About Emily Steers

EmilySteers.com is powered by WordPress