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Emanski is a Grammy nominated vocalist who has performed internationally, and has gained attention for her three octave performance range and a high extension that “soars ecstatically” and is “simply gorgeous” (Music Web International). Her solo voice can be heard on the “Tyberg Masses” and “Sacred Songs of Life and Love” albums with the South Dakota Chorale under Pentatone records. She is a soloist on the world premiere recording of Giovanni Felice Sances' Missa Sancta Maria Magdalenae on the album “Viva Italia” released by the MSR Classics Label. She currently has nearly 22,000 listeners on Spotify, and over 1 million streams. 

In 2019, Julianna performed for HBO's Game of Thrones final season activation in collaboration with The American Red Cross and Giant Spoon. Her work appears on Blizzard Entertainment’s soundtracks for Diablo III: Reaper of Souls, and World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor. 

 

Emanski is the founder and artistic director of Lumedia Musicworks. She specializes in the historical performance practices of early music, and received her Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Entrepreneurship and Vocal Pedagogy from the University of North Texas, 2020.