Singer, Actress, Content Creator,
Premier Vocal Instructor &
Founder of EKM Studios
Born and raised in the heart of San Francisco, Emily firmly believes that Broadway should be relocated to NorCal.
Emily found her love of the arts at a young age and never looked back. She began her vocal studies with Broadway and opera star Richard Nikol at age 11, and performed in musicals around the Bay Area throughout middle school and high school. She left the West Coast to study and graduate from the prestigious University of Cincinnati; College- Conservatory of Music (CCM) with a BFA in Musical Theatre. She is now based in New York City, where she performs professionally and runs her world-renowned voice studio: EKM Vocal Studio.
Emily has performed across the nation and internationally. Some of her favorite theatre roles include Bea in Something Rotten (Broadway National Tour), Nellie Forbush in South Pacific, and Sophie in Mamma Mia. Emily has performed as a solo vocalist with symphony orchestras, including the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra in China, and the Norwalk Symphony. Her voice is also featured on Joey Contreras’ new album “In Pieces.” She is represented by Daniel Hoff Agency.
In 2018 Emily began her studies with the Institute for Vocal Advancement, and founded her voice studio. Since then, Emily has become a premier vocal instructor, teaching lessons, masterclasses and workshops to passionate singers around the globe.
Emily is also a popular content creator. She offers vocal tips and tricks on her TikTok @singwithemily, where she has 400k+ followers and 10 million+ likes.
Emily fun facts
Likes: Farmer's markets, handstands, vocal pedagogy, San Francisco, voting, ear muffs, meditation, Wellness Formula, river otters, vocal acrobatics, yoga, social justice, overweight cats and floppy dogs.
"Emily Kristen Morris plays Bea... I love her balance of feminism and individuality with her love and support of her husband. Morris's performance feels authentic, particularly in a scene when she describes what love is really like after several years of marriage. Morris has a natural toughness and sweetness that makes her instantly likable, and her voice is also flawless."
-Christy Hudson, Front Row Reviewers Utah
"Among the principles, the strongest performance came from Emily Kristen Morris, with her big number "Right Hand Man," sung first humorously and later lovingly. Morris' powerful belts and cleverly delivered lines undoubtedly blew the crowd away."
-Emma Hellmer, The Daily Cardinal
"Beautiful ingénue Emily Kristen Morris delights with a gorgeous voice and leaves audiences wanting more. Her one major solo only teases her full capabilities."
-Harmony Wheeler, BroadwayWorld.com
“A true standout and incandescent star… Morris is in fine voice, and has the acting and dancing chops to match.”
-Suzanne Angeo, "For All Events"
LYSISTRATA- LYSISTRATA JONES
"Emily Kristen Morris conveys both the passion and self-doubt of Lysistrata Jones, the transfer student who comes up with the abstinence idea. Ms. Morris is a very talented singer; she showcases some well-honed pop vocal runs and provides a great foundation as the lead for this production."
-Scott Cain, Talkin' Broadway
SOPHIE- MAMMA MIA
"Her sweetness and beauty are evident from the opening number. You are drawn to her wide-eyed expression and flowing golden hair. Morris delivered the lines beautifully and she is adorable in the role."
-Natasha Nashley, BroadwayWorld.com
"Morris creates a 3-dimensional Sophie (which we don't always see in a role like this), full of real desire, passion, heartbreak and joy. Brava for playing a well thought out, empowered ingenue."
-Jill Shiffman, Syracuse Now
A CHORUS LINE
"The cast shows themselves to be true triple threat performers. All of the dancing is sharp and cohesive, executed with full energy. Standouts include... Emily Kristen Morris, a very funny Judy."
-Scott Cain, Talkin' Broadway