Emily Selleck is a versatile singer based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She currently performs with the Young Hearts Band and teaches private voice lessons at Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga, TN. With comprehensive experience in classical, contemporary and musical theatre, she is able to develop programs geared to individual interests and goals. As a self-described introvert with a passion for musical performance, Emily is uniquely qualified to help students identify and manage performance anxiety, using techniques that enhance stage presence and improve auditioning skills. Having experienced firsthand how an excellent teacher can help a student gain confidence, drive, self-awareness, and professionalism (in addition to good vocal technique), Emily is thrilled to be developing her own studio and hopes to guide each singer, actor, and artist in finding his or her most authentic voice.
Emily has appeared in numerous musical theatre productions including Spring Awakening (Ilse), Les Miserables (Eponine), Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins US), Next to Normal (Diana), Fiddler on the Roof (Golde), and The Addams Family as Morticia Addams.
Emily is a graduate of Lee University, with a major in vocal music. She toured with the acclaimed a capella group Voices of Lee for three years, performing in venues across the United States including the 2013 Presidential Inauguration Ceremony with the Lee University Festival Choir. While at Lee, she studied voice under Dr. Andrea Dismukes and currently sings in the choir at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, in which Dismukes is the conductor. In 2014, she had the privilege of singing in the stunning Duke University Chapel as a member of the Lee University Chamber Choir under the direction of Dr. Cameron LaBarr.