Soprano Emily Stauch has been described as having a voice which is versatile, with “...huge energy and smooth high notes...,” as well as expressive, “...reflecting light in the music of Mozart...” and “...accomplishing coloration with such aplomb that it appeared to be effortless.”
A voice and language/diction instructor for many years, Stauch speaks French, German and Swedish. She has directed opera and musical theater workshops and has taught master classes and workshops for various schools and choral organizations. As a singing voice specialist, she has worked with patients recovering from vocal fold injuries, surgery and problems related to vocal misuse, in conjunction with laryngologists and speech pathologists.
- The Catholic University of America, cum laude; studied with Dr. Michael Cordovana
- Stauch has since studied with many other teachers in the US and with Dr. Lydia Buschmann in Munich, and most recently, Jane Eaglen
- Cleveland Institute of Music (2012–present)
- Voice Faculty, Case Western Reserve University (2014-2018)
- Private studio in Medina, Ohio