Emilia Dalby was born in London in 1995 but migrated to Wiltshire after winning a choral scholarship to Salisbury Cathedral, where she sang for four years as a chorister. In this capacity she toured Italy and Austria performing in many beautiful cathedrals, including San Marco in Venice and Vienna and Salzburg Cathedrals. As a soloist she began at a remarkably early age, performing before royalty aged nine. She has performed live with the band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines in London and has sung Morricone’s ‘Nella Fantasia’ in Florence and in Wilton House, Salisbury.
In a relatively short career, she has sung to Princess Anne, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Sting, Will Young, Davina McCall, Ben Ainsley and many others. Emilia has recorded the opening title music of ‘Learning to Walk’, a film by Ricky Tomlinson, and has been the subject of an ITV documentary. Her debut album spans seven centuries of music and is sung in six languages. Emilia has two great passions, music and fashion design.
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