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 »


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.

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"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,


"Everything about this production is so uniformly superb it's hard to single out an individual for praise."

- James Jorden, Observer

Emily appeared in WAG Magazine in the feature "A Mighty Mezzo" by Jena Butterfield.