Lauded for her "lower extension that has to be heard to be believed" (Seen & Heard Intl.), Emily Geller is a New York City-based performer praised for her "effortless comic delivery." A uniquely versatile artist, she has established herself as a performer to watch in opera, operetta, new music, musical theater, and oratorio. Read more »
In true dramatic fashion, the birth of Emily's daughter recently went viral, being featured on Inside Edition, People, USA Today, Good Morning America, and Today, to name a few. Click to learn how being an opera singer helped prepare Emily for delivering her own baby in a moving car.
Emily was recently a part of New York Opera Fest where she received rave reviews for creating the role of the image-obsessed Hollywood Mother (Sylvia) with a love for plastic surgery in the world premiere of Chunky in Heat with Experiments in Opera.
"As Mother and Father, contralto Emily Geller and baritone Joshua Jeremiah brought layers of complexity to their seemingly shallow and emotionally stunted characters."
- Steven Jude Tietjen, Opera News
"Geller possesses an amazing mezzo-soprano voice with a lower extension that has to be heard to be believed. At times, it could be cold, almost masculine sounding, but warm and dreamy at others."
- Rick Perdian, Seen and Heard International
"As the mother, Emily Geller is busy warding off sorrow with botox, the plastic surgeon’s knife and starvation. Ms. Geller is a thrilling contralto, tripping off high and low notes as she tips around in her spikes."
- Susan Hall, ConcertoNet.com
"Everything about this production is so uniformly superb it's hard to single out an individual for praise."
- James Jorden, Observer
Emily appeared in the October 2018 edition of WAG Magazine in the feature "A Mighty Mezzo" by Jena Butterfield.