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Bio

Emily Gilbart is a an indie folk artist from Orangeville Ontario. Her music centers around her unique voice and acoustic guitar, which come together to create a sense of warmth and intimacy.

Her lyrics are introspective and raw, exploring themes of heartbreak, mental health and coming of age as a member of the LGBTQ community. Her influences include Lizzy McAlpine, BoyGenius, Noah Kahan and Leith Ross. Emily has participated in a number of prestigious programs for emerging artists, including the Developing Artist program at Folk Music Ontario in 2019, and the Youth Discoveries Program at Summerfolk in 2018. She was a finalist in the Toronto Blues Society’s Talent Search, as well as the recipient of a number of awards in her local community. At 21 she has released two five-song EPs and two singles, and has plans to release a third single in early 2024.

Press

“Somehow it seems Gilbart was born to translate her feelings in a unique and seasoned fashion.”
-“Scott Bruyea, In the Hills Magazine
“Her vocal range lends a depth to her artfully crafted lyrics and it has garnered her attention on the national stage...”
- Zak Erb, Rrampt.com

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