Emma Rose Lynn is a versatile musician in demand for repertoire that spans the medieval to modern periods. Described as an "eloquent and charming soprano" by the Seattle Times, she was profiled for her entrepreneurial work founding the Seattle chapter of Groupmuse. She finds great joy in ensemble work, singing as a member of the polyphonic vocal ensemble Vox Resonat directed by Eric Mentzel, and at the 2017 World Symposium on Choral Music under the direction of Sharon J. Paul.
Equally at home as a soloist, in 2017 she debuted at the Oregon Bach Festival as The Shepherdess in John Blow’s Venus and Adonis, portrayed Amore Celeste in the American premiere of G. B. Bononcini’s La Maddalena ai Piedi di Christo, and brought to life the Oldest Daughter in the world premiere of Anise Thigpen’s Woman of Salt. Roles in previous seasons included Euridice (Gluck), Salome (Stradella), and Ännchen (Weber). She teaches an active studio out of her home in South Eugene.
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