Emily Louise Adams is a 22-year-old soprano native of Raceland, Louisiana. She graduated from Edward Douglas White Catholic High School in Spring of 2017 and began studying under Professor Terrie Sanders at Northwestern State University in the Fall of 2017. She is a member of the internationally acclaimed and award-winning Northwestern State Chamber Choir since Fall of 2017 and has traveled and competed in the U.S. as well as regions of Eastern Europe with the Chamber Choir. Ms. Adams has had the honor of singing with the Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Orchestra in October of 2020 singing Mozart’s motet for soprano and orchestra, “Exsultate, jubilate”. Ms. Adams has also had the honor of performing and receiving feedback in masterclasses with Metropolitan Opera singers Christine Goerke in 2021, and Lisette Oropesa in 2020, as well as placing 1st in both the Regional and State level of NATS (National Association for Teachers of Singing). Ms. Adams has been an active member of the Northwestern State Opera Theatre program in her recent undergraduate studies, and has performed roles such as Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel, Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, and most recently performed the title role of Cinderella in The True Story of Cinderella in the Spring of 2021. Adams will be beginning the studies of her Master of Music as a Graduate/Teaching Assistant at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia this coming Fall, under the study of Mrs. Kathryn Hartgrove.
You can find Emily’s performance here.