American-Australian harpist Emily Granger effortlessly straddles the worlds of classical, popular, and art music – her considerable talent finds her equally at home in intimate chamber recitals and thrilling performances of daring new works.
Emily has performed recitals from Carnegie Hall to the Kennedy Center and has appeared with the Chicago, Sydney, Tasmanian and Queensland Symphony Orchestras. Her debut solo album, In Transit (AVIE Records), was Featured Album on ABC Classic, reached #2 on the ARIA Classical Chart, and has had over one million streams in the first six months. BBC Music Magazine praised the album as “beautiful” and Limelight Magazine as “an impressive debut.”
Emily was a Finalist in the 2021 Art Music Awards for Performance of the Year for her interpretation of Ross Edwards’ solo, The Harp and The Moon and a finalist in the 2022 Freedman Classical Fellowship. When not travelling the world concertizing, you can find this avid walker in the backcountry. Granger successfully walked Te Araroa – a 3,000-kilometer trail across New Zealand taking 138 days to complete the journey from Cape Reinga to Bluff.
Emily is represented by Tier 1 Arts.