Emorja Roberson

DMA - Conducting

Emorja Roberson is a pianist, conductor, composer, and vocalist in classical and gospel music. Roberson graduated from the University of North Florida with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance (2013) and Master of Sacred Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Notre Dame (2017).

As a doctoral student, Roberson hosted the University of Notre Dame’s first Black History Month concert, which featured artists in jazz, classical, and gospel, and included performers: Callie Day, Isaac Cates, J.J. Wright, and Alex Mansour. In June 2019, he made his national debut on Season 9 of BET’s Sunday Best competition as a top 20 contestant, and in March 2020, his recent composition, "Seek Ye First" from The Evening Musicale (2019), was featured on Sirius XM 64 (Kirk Franklin's Praise).

Representative Works

The Evening Musicale (2018)

"He'll Be With You" (2020)

"Shine Bright" (2019)

"Seek Ye First" (2019)

 

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