American contralto Emily Marvosh has been gaining recognition for her “flexible technique and ripe color,” “sterling voice,” and “graceful allure” on the stages of Carnegie Hall, Jordan Hall, Disney Hall, Prague’s Smetana Hall, and Vienna’s Stefansdom. Engagements for the 2015-2016 season include Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Handel’s Messiah, and Bach’s St. John Passion with the Handel and Haydn Society; John Corigliano’s Three Irish Folk Tunes with the Worcester Chamber Music Society; Stravinsky’s Les Noces with Chorus Pro Musica; Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra; Third Lady in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte with Boston Baroque; and Handel’s Messiah with Music Worcester and the Rhode Island Philharmonic.

Posted: Oct-23-2015
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"'But Who May Abide' glowed with awestruck veneration, and not just because of the anticipation generated by the compelling side story of how a singer with heart was plucked from the chorus like Ruby Keeler in 42nd Street. For her solo debut with H+H, sultry contralto Emily Marvosh emerged more like Lena Horne in Stormy Weather. In singing of her Refiner’s fire, she kindled her own, especially in the repeated verse which melded ornament and consolation most fittingly."

— Boston Musical Intelligencer
Posted: Dec-1-2015