Emily Haig

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Soprano

Emily Haig is a soprano that can lay claim to holding the record for number of appearance before sporting events at Wembley Stadium having sung at the venue no less than 21 times at occasions singing the national anthem at the FA Cup finals of both men and women, the Community Shield and the Championship play-offs to name just a few, each of which were broadcast live on either the BBC or Sky. In addition to this, she has also performed at the British Grand Prix and the Six Nations rugby series.

A born performer and blessed with a sensational voice, Emily has also been on tour with international tenor Russell Watson where she appeared as his guest artist during the show as his counterpart for the acclaimed Phantom of the Opera medley. Playing a 26 date tour that saw her performing at some of the finest theatres and venues in the country, Emily is no stranger to the stage.

Able to perform classical, crossover or musical theatre songs alongside Christmas tunes (if required!), Emily has appeared at numerous corporate events, award ceremonies and gala dinners, and is more than happy to accommodate any requests for your occasion, be they singing along to a backing track or a live band. A stylish and contemporary performer, Emily is also an accomplished dancer, able to deliver the complete entertainment package.

Musicals

 • Broadway Baby (Follies)

With One Look (Sunset Bolulevard)

I Dreamed A Dream (Les Miserables)

Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again (Phantom of the Opera)

Love Never Dies (sequel to Phantom)

Unexpected Song (Song and Dance)

Some People (Gypsy)

With You (Ghost)

Popular (Wicked)

You Don’t Know This Man (Parade)

In His Eyes (Jekyll and Hyde)

Don’t Cry For Me Argentina (Evita)

Loose Ends (Witches of Eastwick)

Memory (Cats)

So In Love (Kiss Me Kate)

Never Enough (Greatest Showman)

Summertime (Porgy and Bess)

If I Loved You (Carousel)

You’ll Never Walk Alone (Carousel)

Popular Classics
 
Dido’s Lament (Purcell)
 
Art Is Calling  (Victor Herbert)
 
O Mio Babbino Caro (Puccini)
 
Habanera (Bizet)
 
Voi Che Sapete (Mozart)
 
Vissi d’Arte (Puccini)
 
Adele’s Laughing Song (Strauss)
 
Lascia ch’io pianga (Handel)
 
Che Faro Senza Euridice (Gluck)
 
The Moon and I (Sullivan)
 
Casta Diva (Bellini)
 
Glitter and Be Gay (Bernstein)
 
Summertime (Porgy and Bess)
 
Nessun Dorma (Norma)
 
Time To Say Goodbye 
 
Mixed
 
Misty
 
Orange Coloured Sky
 
Memory (Cats)
 
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
 
Never Enough (Greatest Showman)
 
Love Never Dies (sequel to Phantom)
 
Bring Me To Life (Evanescence)
 
Don’t Cry For Me Argentina (Evita)
 
James Bond :
 o For Your Eyes Only   
 o Live and Let Die
 o From Russia with Love
 o Goldfinger
 o Nobody Does It Better
 
Nessun Dorma
 
Girl In 14G
 
You’ll Never Walk Alone (Carousel) 
 
Classical Christmas
 
Domine Deus Vivaldi 
 
Messiah Handel
 o How Beautiful Are The Feet 
 o Rejoice Greatly
Three English Songs with a Christmas Theme: 
 o Holy Boy  Ireland
 o Hymn to the Virgin Rubbra
 o Shepherd’s Pipe Carol  Rutter
 
Two Songs by  
 o Zum Schlafen Reger
 o Maria Wiegenlied Reger
 
O Holy Night Adam
 
Three Christmas Songs  
 o Carol of the Field Mouse Michael Head
 o Little Road to Bethlehem Michael Head
 o O Gloriosa Domina Michael Head

Fun Christmas
 
Christmas Lullaby Robert Brown
  
Christmas Waltz  Cahn / Styne   
 
Christmas Island Buffett   
 
Winter Wonderland
 
Let It Snow
 
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree 
 
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 
 
Santa Baby Javits / Springer 
 
The Christmas Song        Wells/Torme
 
Never Do A Tango With An Eskimo         

 

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