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Emma Versteeg
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Emma read music at Edinburgh University, where she studied singing with Eric von Ibler. She then completed a postgraduate concert-singing course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as a pupil of Helen Lawson, and has since studied with Pat McMahon.

 

As soloist, Emma has performed with choral societies and orchestras and opera companies across the country, including St Mary's Cathedral Edinburgh, Ludus Baroque, the Orchestra of Scottish Opera, Edinburgh Bach Choir, the Castle Ensemble and the City of London Sinfonia.


An experienced recitalist, Emma appears at Arts and Music Clubs across the UK - both as solo recitalist and as a member of Vocali3e. Emma also performs regularly around Scotland as an artist for Yehudi Menuhin's young artists scheme, Live Music Now, including a recital at the Usher Hall as part of the Emerging Artists Series. Recent LMN projects also include performing Bill Sweeney's newly composed "Luminate Suite" for voice and piano, as part of the Luminate Festival 2013. Emma will perform songs from the Suite as part of a recital at the Usher Hall in January 2015. 


An experienced ensemble member, Emma sings with early music groups Cappella Nova and Ludus Baroque, and sings on several recently released recordings for both groups.

Dedicated to the performance of art song, Emma has taken part in masterclasses across the UK at venues such as the Royal Conservatiore, Royal Academy of Music, Oxenfoord International Summer School and the Oxford Lieder Festival. Emma has worked with Lorna Anderson, Julius Drake, Richard Jackson, Rudolf Jansen, Jane Manning, Malcolm Martineau, Ann Murray and Linda Ormiston.

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