With performances described as "full of sharp intensity" (Town Topics, Princeton) and "comforting and consoling" (The Herald Scotland), Emilia Morton has growing commitments on the solo platform both in the UK and abroad.

As a member of The Sixteen Emilia has made a number of recordings and performed concerts around the world. Most recent step-out solos include Monteverdi's Vespers in Dublin Cathedral, Schutz's Musikalisches Exequien in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, and Allegri's Miserere in tours to Holland and Australia. For Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the Monteverdi Choir she has performed as a soloist in and Handel's Israel in Egypt and Dixit Dominus, the latter at Buckingham Palace in the presence of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales. She is also a member of Tenebrae, Ora, and performs regularly with the Gabrieli Concert and Ensemble Plus Ultra.

Growing up in a musical family, Emilia was a chorister at both Salisbury and Wells Cathedrals. A Specialist Music Scholarship at Wells Cathedral School further helped to nurture a passion for solo singing and whilst at the school she was able to perform the solos in such works as Haydn's Nelson Mass, Purcell's Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne and Monteverdi's Vespers in and around Wells. Emilia took a Choral Scholarship to Clare College, Cambridge and whilst studying for the music degree performed solos in concert and on the opera stage including Bach’s Mass in B minor in King's College Chapel, The Dew Fairy in Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel and Belinda in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.

Emilia has enjoyed returning to her old stomping grounds over the years to perform Bach Cantatas with St John's College Choir and members of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and recitals in Clare College Chapel. At Salisbury Cathedral she has performed solos in Bach's St John Passion and Handel's Messiah for the final concert of the Southern Cathedral's Festival.

Emilia has recvently moved to Great Malvern in Worcestershire with her husband and son, and is looking forward to the opportunities, both personal and professional, to be found in this most beautiful part of the country.