Emily Eagen



Emily Eagen works internationally as both a performer and teacher, specializing in early and contemporary repertoire. Beginning her singing-acting training with the Wesley Balk Institute in Minnesota, Emily holds degrees from Macalester College, the University of Wisconsin, and The Royal Conservatory of the Hague; has performed as a soloist with numerous ensembles including The Residential Orchestra of the Hague (Netherlands) and L’Arpeggiata (France); and works as a faculty member and performer at the Amherst Early Music Festival and the Augusta Heritage Center in West Virginia. Also a songwriter and award-winning whistler, Emily is currently working on a recording with gambist Loren Ludwig of original works and folk arrangements for voice, whistling, and electric viola da gamba.