In her teaching and scholarly research, Emily uses innovative pedagogies within and across classical, early, contemporary, and traditional/folk music genres.
Emily teaches individual and group/chorus voice lessons through her private studio in and around New York City, and on-line.
She regularly leads voice and harmony classes at Brooklyn-based Jalopy Theatre that focus on traditional/folk music. She also is a regular faculty member at the Augusta Festival, a traditional/folk music festival held each summer at the Augusta Heritage Center in Elkins, West Virginia.
Emily teaches during Vocal Week at the Augusta Festival.
Emily has been on the faculty of the Amherst Early Music Festival since 2005, teaching early repertoire and vocal technique face-to-face and on-line.
Emily was one of many talented faculty who taught
classes for the 2020 Amherst Early Music Festival online.
Through her work at Carnegie Hall, Emily has trained teaching artists in other cities in the Lullaby Project curriculum and pedagogies.
Emily is completing her DMA at the CUNY Graduate Center. She has successfully defended her dissertation that is focused on radical vocal pedagogies and the career and teaching of Cathy Berberian.