Emily Eagen


Emily Eagen is a versatile singer who performs in a variety of styles ranging from baroque to folk to avant garde. She studied early and contemporary music in the Hague, and has lived in New York since 2007. In 2015, Emily toured the US and performed at BAM as part of the vocal trio in Julia Wolfe's Steel Hammer with the Bang on a Can All Stars, in collaboration with the SITI Theater Company. Emily sings with the M6: Meredith Monk Music Third Generation, toured for several years with the eclectic vocal ensemble moira smiley and VOCO, and has worked with artists ranging from Sufjan Stevens to Mandy Patinkin to Gyan Riley. She is a regular faculty member at the Amherst Early Music Festival (CT) and the Augusta Heritage Center (WV), and is a teaching artist for Carnegie Hall's Weill Institute, facilitating songwriting workshops such as the Carnegie Hall Lullaby Project. In 2014, Emily premiered an original program of children's songs as part of a commission for the Carnegie Kids series, in which she combines singing, ukulele playing, and her skills as a two-time International Whistling Champion.