Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts

Key Facts


Emma Roberts was a recent young artist at the National Opera Studio 22/23, a Samling Artist, Britten Pears young artist and is currently an Orsay-Royaumont artist 2023/24. Emma recently graduated from the RCM International Opera School with an Artist Diploma in Opera. A Ferrier 2022 prize winner, Emma was awarded both the Loveday Song Prize for Debussy’s Colloque Sentimental and overall 2nd Prize, and 1st Prize in the Joan Chissell Schumann Competition 2022.

Recent engagements include cover role of Lorca in Golijov’s Ainadamar with Welsh National Opera, RCM International Opera School roles; Minskwoman Flight, Hänsel Hänsel und Gretel, Eduige Rodelinda, Third Lady Die Zauberflöte, Orfeo Orfeo ed Euridice with Barefoot Opera, Lola Cavalleria Rusticana with Opera Makers, title role in Mascagni’s Zanetto with Barefoot Opera and Aalborg Opera Festival 2023. Emma has performed recitals at the Red House in Snape, Aldeborough and the Oxford Lieder Festival 2022 and looks forward to performing a solo recital at Wigmore Hall in February 2024, sponsored by The Musicians Company, as well as several recitals this year in the Musée D’Orsay supported by the Royaumont programme. Emma has been a soloist in concert performances such as Prokofiev’s Alexander Nevsky conducted by Martin Brabbins and Mark Biggins, Turnage’s dramatic scena Twice Through the Heart and Verdi’s Requiem at Leith Hill Musical Festival.

Award: Musicians’ Company Concerts 2023

Page updated: 30 January 2024

Photo credit: Christine Jansen