Soprano Emry Kunzler is a multifaceted performer, with a career as a soloist, choral singer, conductor, and collaborative pianist. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brigham Young University in 2021 with a bachelor's degree in music education with a choral emphasis. While attending BYU, she studied voice under Michele Scott, learning the art and science of threshold singing. Emry was a semi-finalist in the 2020 Young Artists in Voice competition, was featured in the 2020 production of Opera Scenes, and was cast in the role of Ida in their 2020 production of Die Fledermaus. Also during her time at BYU, Emry sang in the Concert Choir for five semesters, while under the direction of Rosalind Hall and Dr. Brent Wells. Shortly after graduating from her university studies, Emry was in the 2022 world premier of He Shall Prepare a Way, singing the role of Abigail.
While living in Utah, Emry was also involved with A Voice for Good, a non-profit organization that featured choral presentations of new composers. She participated in the 2019 production of Rob Gardner's Lamb of God and sang in the debut performance of Oh What Songs of the Heart, where she was featured soloist in Placentero nos es trabajar. She also was a guest conductor for their Ensign Singers, for their Christmas 2020 performance and their 2021 summer season.
After living most of her life in the American Southwest and Mexico, she moved to the Charleston area in the summer of 2022. Now that she is living in South Carolina, she teaches privately and is singing with the Charleston Caroling Company, a group that organizes Christmas quartets with Victorian attire.