WATCH: Emily Fons performs “Voi che sapete”
Watch American Mezzo Soprano Emily Fons sing Voi che sapete in Le Nozze di Figaro with Canadian Opera Company.Read More
An Evening with Emily Fons and Janna Ernst at the Polish Center
Emily Fons and Janna Ernst have been collaborating for close to five years and are finally teaming up to entertain Milwaukee area audiences in local venues for a variety of events. Whether you are looking for jazz standards, holiday classics, or operatic favorites, Emily and Janna are just an email or phone call away. For…Read More
Finances for Singers book nearing publication
For the past two years Emily has been co-authoring a book for young singers that presents personal finance basics tailored to the unique experience of freelance performing artists. Emily is grateful to finance educator Rebecca Eve Selkowe for taking on this project with her, and for her breadth of knowledge and sense of humor. Emily and…Read More
Emily Fons and Janna Ernst team up to present jazz classics and write cabaret
Emily Fons and Janna Ernst have been collaborating for close to five years and are finally teaming up to entertain Milwaukee area audiences in local venues. In addition to performing a classic jazz and musical theater set, they are writing a cabaret that is a real life 2022 woman’s journey of growth, loss, love, and…Read More
That’s a Wrap!
This past August Emily teamed up with the Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society for a donor appreciation event in Santa Fe New Mexico. Emily was joined by pianist Janna Ernst and Santa Fe Opera colleagues Meg Marino, Jamie Barton, and Zak Nelson for a program titled “Music Off Leash”. They entertained donors with…Read More
WATCH NOW: “Voi che sapete” from the Marriage of Figaro
Mezzo-soprano Emily Fons (Cherubino) performs “Voi che sapete” from The Marriage of Figaro with pianist David McDade, in which the young Cherubino sings of his crush on the Countess Almaviva. Don’t miss your chance to see Emily Fons in The Marriage of Figaro with The Seattle Opera. Get your tickets today!Read More
Figaro here, Figaro there, Figaro everywhere!
Santa Fe Opera Announces 2022 Season The 2022 Season continues on July 2, 2022 with Rossini’s most popular comedy,The Barber of Seville, in a new production whose playful energy springs directly from his ebullient music. In Stephen Barlow’s witty interpretation, Seville and Santa Fe meet and merge in a sunny and whimsical world where anything can…Read More
Emily Fons joins Santa Fe Opera to raise funds for apprentice program
Join Emily Fons for Songs for the Future, a special program to benefit the Santa Fe Opera Apprentice Programs! World-renowned mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato and Academy Award-winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter, both former Apprentices, host this online celebration which also includes performances and interviews with notable alumni, including Emily. Read more from Opera News.Read More