"Since 2015 children (age 6-14yrs) in Amsterdam are welcome to learn how to sing classical as well as modern music. Emma guides the children in making own songs, dancing, learning notes. She makes use of her experience in Collaborative Practice and Creative Music Making. This, she combines with her own classical music background and modern composition techniques. I personally like the way she manages to do everything very relaxed, also for us as parents."
- T. Leeuwerik
The Splendor Childrens choir participated in:
Participation in the opera "Doe normaal Driss" composed by Kees Olthuis @ NedPhoKoepel.
Participation in the opera: Tsuchigumo, composed by Ivan Fisher @ Muziekgebouw aan t IJ.
Recordings for Adrienne by Jerboah @ Splendor, Amsterdam.
Participation in Television show RTL 4: "Wie ben ik"
Participation in Het Kerstverhaal in collaboration with Klaartje van Veldhoven, Sinan Vural and Rembrandt Frerichs Trio @ Het Concertgemaal.
Participation in collaboration with Franck Krawczyk Silence # 11, @ Oude kerk Amsterdam.
Participation in recordings for "Meneer de Uil" @ Rubinstein.
Participation in collaboration with Klaartje van Veldhoven, Nienke de la Rive Box, Rembrandt Frerichs Trio: Het Kerstverhaal @ Splendor Amsterdam, Het Concertgemaal, Muziekgebouw Tilburg, Schiedam.
Participation in recordings for "Matilda en de geheimzinnige tonen" in collaboration with Noor Kamerbeek, Maria Paula Majoor and others @ Splendor, Amsterdam.
Participation in Deining in de Duif, in collaboration with PraMuziektheater, commissioned by KlassiekophetAmstelveld @ De Duif, Amsterdam.
Participation in Zingen met de Amsterdamse Bachvereniging @ Dominicuskerk, Amsterdam
Participation in MuziekgebouwPark @ Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam.
"Being parents of a musically talented child is as much a joy as a responsibility. Having found Emma willing to teach our daughter of now 8 in her own very personal, joyous, gifted way, has made us able to respond to our daughter’s talent.
In her lessons she combines improvisation with musical theory in a very personal way. She has great understanding of concentration’s time span and is a firm guard of joy in music. Emma is both a very fine musician and a great pedagogue."
- M. Heida & G. van den Berg