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Emilia “Emmi” Albarano started her performing arts career as an Intern at the New York Philharmonic Archives in 2017 after her college graduation in December 2016. There, she prepared music materials, scores, and artifacts for digitization, some including Gustav Mahler’s annotated Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 Score. Within a year she was working full time as an Archives Technician at the Lincoln Center Archives, where she assisted the Head Archivist archival inventory turnover, control, and organization. In April 2018, Emilia shifted careers to pursue artist management at Columbia Artists, where she worked for Karen Kloster on international orchestra tours and Doug Sheldon with artist management. During her time at Columbia Artists, Emilia facilitated orchestra tour contracts, prepared orchestra visa petitions, and managed the day-to-day operations of the Classical Division.
Emilia has worked with leading orchestras such as the Mariinsky Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, Rotterdam Philharmonic, and serviced elite artists such as Olga Kern, Julian Rachlin, Lynn Harrell, Denis Matsuev, and Valery Gergiev. She was also a key partner in organizing and facilitating all details of the sold out Carnegie Hall performance, “Alma at Carnegie Hall” highlighting violin, piano, and composer prodigy Alma Deutscher and featuring the Orchestra of St. Luke’s with conductor Jane Glover.
Emilia is a New York City native where she has studied the cello since the young age of eleven and attended the State University of New York at Oneonta where she holds a Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts in Music Business and a double minor in Music Literature and Women’s and Gender Studies.