Hailed by The New York Times as "delightful and vocally strong and versatile," Emily Albrink is a soprano whose career sports esteemed collaborations with venerable conductors and composers such as Robert Spano, Marin Alsop, Jake Heggie, and John Musto. An alumna of the Young Artist Program at the Washington National Opera, Ms. Albrink has appeared there many times in roles including Gretel in Hansel und Gretel, Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, Sophie in Werther, and Frasquita in Carmen. She made her debut with Kentucky Opera as Adina in L’Elisir d’Amore and has returned to sing Musetta in La Boheme, Magnolia in Show Boat, Kitty Hart in Dead Man Walking, Yadwiga in Enemies, a Love Story, Micaela in Carmen,and Eva Crowley in An American Dream. She has sung leading roles with Charlottesville Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Opera Boston, Indianapolis Opera, and Chicago Opera Theater and has been a featured soloist with orchestras including the Boston Symphony, the Chicago Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, the Phoenix Symphony, and the Louisville Orchestra. Ms. Albrink made her Carnegie Hall debut opposite Dawn Upshaw as Nuria in Ainadamar with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and her Alice Tully Hall debut singing Knoxville: Summer of 1915 with the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas. She has performed internationally in China and France and is on the voice faculty at the University of Louisville School of Music.