In addition to the chamber music concerts listed below, Emily also freelances regularly for many of the UK’s top orchestras. If you wish to see her in an orchestral context, please message her for exact dates and locations.

 

  • Sun
    19
    Feb
    2023

    10am, 11am, 12pmJacqueline du Pre concert hall, St Hildas College, Oxford

    I’ll be doing these three family cushion concerts (bring a cushion to sit on!) at St Hilda’s college. The 10am and 11am concerts are aimed at under 5s (and their parents) and the 12pm concert is for 5+. Come and see me play, sing, demonstrate my flute and violin, and get involved with the music using percussion, your own bodies and your voices!

    More information and tickets on the facebook page

  • Mon
    20
    Nov
    2023

    1:10 pmSt Stephens Church, Bristol

    I will be performing a lunchtime concert of Spanish Songs with guitar, accompanied by my husband Francisco Correa. These concerts are free entry but they take a retiring collection, with suggested amount £5-10, so please bring some money if you can.

    I’m excited about this beautiful programme – we’ll be doing a set of songs by Gabriel Garcia Lorca (yes the famous author, he also composed music), and the Spanish folk songs by Manuel de Falla.

    Come and hear me as a singer, no flutes in sight!

     

    More information here

  • Sat
    04
    May
    2024

    2.30-4.30pmSiloh Christian Centre, Ystrad Mynach, CF82 7AF

    David Francisco and I are going to be performing our CarmenCo concert/play for Rhymney Valley Music Club, generously supported by Night Out Wales.

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    More information and ticket link to be found on the concert series website.

  • Sun
    05
    May
    2024

    6-7pmSt Tudwal's Church, Llanstadwell, SA73 1EA

    David Francisco and I are going to be performing our CarmenCo concert/play in Llanstadwell, near Milford Haven, in their ‘Music for a Summer Evening’ series. This concert is generously funded by Night Out Wales

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    The concert starts at 6pm and lasts for one hour, and then there are light refreshments, all included in the bargain ticket price of only £5

    If you haven’t been to Pembrokeshire before it’s fabulous. Book a holiday and make our concert part of it!

  • Mon
    06
    May
    2024

    tbcCarmarthen, venue tbc

    David Francisco and I are going to be performing our CarmenCo concert/play in Carmarthen, generously supported by Night Out Wales.

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    More information about timings and ticket link to follow

  • Tue
    07
    May
    2024

    7:30 pmChipping Sodbury Town Hall, BS37 6AD

    David Francisco and I are delighted to be performing our CarmenCo concert/play for the prestigious Chipping Sodbury Music Society, near Bristol. CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    Tickets are £15 available on the door, and we will of course have CDs for sale afterwards as well (£10 and we have a card reader).

  • Thu
    24
    Oct
    2024

    7:30 pmFratry, Carlisle Cathedral

    David Francisco and I are delighted to be taking our CarmenCo pocket opera to Carlisle Music Society as part of our autumn 2024 tour.

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    Ticket and booking information to come soon on the Moffat Music Society and Old Well Theatre website

  • Fri
    25
    Oct
    2024

    7:30 pmOld Well Theatre, Moffat

    David Francisco and I are delighted to be returning to the Scottish Borders with our CarmenCo concert/play – the Old Well Theatre is one of our favourite venues of all and is perfect for this show!

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    Ticket and booking information to come soon on the Moffat Music Society and Old Well Theatre website

  • Fri
    06
    Dec
    2024

    tbcBute, Scotland

    David Francisco and I are delighted to be touring West Scotland again with our CarmenCo concert/play.

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    Ticket and booking information to follow

  • Sat
    07
    Dec
    2024

    tbcMid Argyll

    David Francisco and I are delighted to be touring West Scotland again with our CarmenCo concert/play.

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    Ticket and booking information to follow

  • Sun
    08
    Dec
    2024

    3:00 pmRockfield Centre, Oban

    David Francisco and I are delighted to be touring West Scotland again with our CarmenCo concert/play.

    CarmenCo is more than a concert: It occupies the borders between a play and a concert, with 80/20
    music to spoken word. It is a concert of Spanish and Spanish inspired music presented as a play,
    with costumes, props and a storyline which roughly follows the story of Bizet’s opera Carmen,
    but told from her point of view. Dare you consult the cards with her? What does she think of the
    men in her story? Did she foresee her gruesome ending? And does she like the opera Bizet wrote
    about her?

    Ticket and booking information to follow