I’ve recorded for artists such as Fiona Apple, Midland, members of the Dixie Chicks, Ximena Sariñana (MX) and more. Most of my recordings have been done at Sonic Ranch Recording Studios.
I’ve been recording and working in studios for 7 years. The main one being Sonic Ranch studios near El Paso, TX. I’ve recorded on countless sessions, specializing in cello improv and part writing on the spot.I recently graduated with a degree in music from Southwestern University where I not only played cello, but composed works for myself and my own projects. I’ve worked with artists such as Ximena Sariñana (MX), Kalimba (MX), Fiona Apple, Midland, members of Hanson & the Dixie Chicks and many others. I am currently working on string arrangements with the up and coming artist, Carmen Ruiz who has played with people such as Natalia Lafourcade and Julieta Venegas. I also play live shows- a few highlights would be the BMI Latin SXSW showcase (2015), and the sold out Teatro Metropolitan show with Allison for a live DVD (2017).
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3 ReviewsEndorse Emily Booher
Amazing and so fast! I highly recommend, very professional and highest service and quality
Emily is a great musician, very professional and open to try different things other than classical cello pieces, that really comes in handy for contemporary music producers, great attitude as well.
Amazing work. She understands what music needs and offers unique sounds and ideas. She delivers at every session.
Interview with Emily Booher
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I record most of my cello parts on the spot just by improv. If I'm in the studio, I love bouncing musical ideas back and forth with the artist or producer. For me recording is more special when it isn't from a piece of sheet music.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: My style is very lyrical. If I'm playing with a band or artist, I usually gravitate towards complimenting the vocal or guitar parts. I love that cello has its own distinct voice, and a wide range for showing it off.