Emily
Geller

Emily Geller
(She/Her) Lauded for her "lower extension that has to be heard to be believed," Emily Geller is a contralto based in NYC. Her 2023-2024 roles include Prince Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), the Marquise of Berkenfield  (La fille du régiment), Mistress Quickly (Falstaff), Ruth (The Pirates of Penzance), and Suzuki (Madama Butterfly). Ms. Geller has sung with Tri-Cities Opera, Newport Classical, Salt Marsh Opera, St. Petersburg Opera, Pacific Opera Project, Opera Company of Middlebury, Opera North, Opera on the James, Natchez Festival of Music, Opera Fayetteville, and Experiments in Opera.
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New Classical Artist Management (NCAM), New York, NY
Daniel Welch
New Classical Artist Management (NCAM), New York, NY
Keith Chambers

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New Classical Artist Management (NCAM), New York, NY
Daniel Welch
New Classical Artist Management (NCAM), New York, NY
Keith Chambers

This artist is accepting inquiries via Stagetime message and Email.

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Emily Geller

Lauded for her "lower extension that has to be heard to be believed," Emily Geller is a contralto based in New York City. A uniquely versatile artist, she has established herself as a performer to watch in opera, new music, and oratorio. Her recent performances include Mistress Quickly in Falstaff and Zita in Gianni Schicchi with Salt Marsh Opera, Ruth in The Pirates of Penzance with Pacific Opera Project, Suzuki in Madama Butterfly with Teatro Lirico d’Europa (US Tour), and Benoit/Alcindoro in La bohème with Newport Classical. In addition to opera, last season Ms. Geller appeared in numerous concerts, including Brahms’s Alto Rhapsody and Elgar’s The Music Makers with Cappella Cantorum, Brahms’s Alto Rhapsody with the Mendelssohn Glee Club of New York City, Handel’s Messiah with Taconic Opera, and a concert at the Pasadena Tournament of Roses House with the Rose Parade. This season’s engagements include a return to Pacific Opera Project as Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus, the Alto Soloist in Mozart’s Requiem with Taconic Opera, and her role and house debut as the Marquise of Berkenfield in La Fille du Régiment with Opera Company of Middlebury.

Ms. Geller’s 2020-2021 season, canceled due to Covid-19, included Desiree Armfeldt in A Little Night Music with Tri-Cities Opera, Suzuki in Madama Butterfly with NJ Association of Verismo Opera, and Florence Pike in Albert Herring with Penn Square Opera.

In the 2019-2020 season, Ms. Geller garnered rave reviews for creating the role of Sylvia, an image-obsessed Hollywood mother, in the world premiere of Chunky in Heat with Experiments in Opera and Contemporaneous as a part of New York Opera Festival. Opera News singled her out for the "layers of complexity" she brought to her character. She also toured the East Coast as Flora (La traviata) with Teatro Lirico d'Europa, including collaborations with Opera New Hampshire and Palmetto Opera. Ms. Geller was also featured as the alto soloist in Handel's Messiah with the MidAtlantic Symphony Orchestra in The Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, NJ. Additional concert work included “Meeting of the Masters” with the Westchester Oratorio Society presenting works of Bach and Mozart, and “Songs of a Traveler” solo recital at The Long Island Children’s Museum presented by Chamber Players International.

Notable concert soloist work includes Mozart’s Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Bach's Weihnachts-Oratorium, Duruflé’s Requiem, Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb, and Handel’s Messiah at companies across the United States.

Ms. Geller performed at Tri-Cities Opera, Opera on the James, St. Petersburg Opera, Opera North, and Natchez Festival of Music. As an audience favorite, Ms. Geller returned to Opera North several times, performing Ma Moss (The Tender Land), Mrs. Jones (Street Scene), Hattie (Kiss Me, Kate), and Oreste (La belle Hélène). After covering Marthe (Faust) at St. Petersburg Opera, she was invited back as a Principal Artist, appearing as Alma Hix and covering Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn (The Music Man). As a two-year Resident Artist with Tri-Cities Opera, she performed Prince Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), Mercédès (Carmen), Lola (Cavalleria rusticana) and Ines (Il trovatore).

 

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