Emma DoglianiSoprano



Emma Dogliani Soprano
Singing Biography
Emma made her solo debut with the Royal Opera as Second Flowermaiden in Parsifal with Placido Domingo, at the Royal Festival Hall and in Rome. She also sang the role of Clorinda and covered the roles of Semele, Dorinda Orlando, and Sifare Mitridate at Covent Garden.
She has sung Dorinda Orlando for Artelier Lyrique de Tourcoing, Valenciennes, Adalgisa Norma, Pamina Magic Flute, Micaela, Carmen, Fiordiligi Così Fan Tutte, Countess Le Nozze di Figaro, Vitellia and Servilia La Clemenza di Tito, Donna Anna Don Giovanni, Countess Figaro, Elena La Donna del Lago, Liù Turandot, Ilia Idomeneo, and the title roles in Semele, Lucia di Lammermoor, Luisa Miller and Armida Rossini.
Concert work includes concert tours in Spain with the English Chamber Orchestra and La Serenissima, Glière Concerto for Coloratura Soprano, Exsultate Jubilate with Sir Neville Marriner, Beethoven's Ah Perfido, Bachianas Brasileiras no 5, and an extensive range of Oratorio performances and Recitals throughout the United Kingdom.
Emma studied Bel Canto singing with Dame Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge at the Britten Pears School, Aldeburgh. She graduated with first class honours from Trinity College, London, where she studied singing and piano and was awarded the Ricordi Opera and Musicianship prizes.
She has released a CD Un Sospir, Handel Arias and Cantatas with London Mozart Players which is available at www.emmadogliani.com.  She also made a CD with her trio three4, with whom she performs regularly .  November 2017 she came 4th in Switzerland in Bellinzona in their international singing competition.  The next year she won the Lyra International Vocal competition in New york, Art Song category.

Emma is the founder of East London Metropolitan Opera (ELMO) which is currently 100% focussed on running Music in the Ville, promoting more live music in Prison.
More at www.emmadogliani.com