One of Australia’s most versatile and vivacious multi-instrumentalists, Emily-Rose shape shifts between jazz, fusion, classical, folk, roots and world music, using the piano, piano accordion, voice, synths and bandoneon as her mediums. Her compositions and performances evoke her deep respect for a multitude of musical traditions, paired with irreverence for anything that stands in the way of expressing her unique musical identity.
She has performed with groups such as Aria award winning Monsieur Camembert, Helpmann award winning Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Latin Grammy nominated Duo Ramirez Satorre. Her ensembles Chaika and Tángalo have toured Australia with much acclaim and she has recorded multiple albums with them, most recently Chaika’s third album ‘Arrow’ which was nominated for 2019 ARIA awards for Best World Music Album. She has being featured as performer and arranger on early music ensemble Marais Project’s ‘The Garden Party’ and ABC’s release ‘A hundred days away’ by the Evergreen Ensemble. 2019 sees her forming many new genre bending creative partnerships nationally and internationally including nu-jazz pop fusion quintet Emily-Rose and the Wild Things, and collaborations with award winning multi-instrumentalist/producer Jaron Freeman-Fox (Canada) and Latin-grammy nominated guitarist Adrian Ramirez (Argentina).
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