My Bio

Born in Humacao, Puerto Rico. Emily Sierra plays many instruments, specializing in the saxophone. The Alto Saxophone is her principal instrument. Emily plays with famous Latin artists, touring national acts, in churches, theaters, and local bands. Her style and skills are eclectic: Gospel, Motown, Salsa, Rock, Jazz, Psychedelic Tribal and more!

Emily has a Bachelor's Degree in Saxophone from the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music and a Master's Degree in Saxophone Performance from The University of Cincinnati. Her vast performance experience includes playing with Freddy Kenton, Tito Puente Jr., The Temptations Review, Gilberto Santa Rosa, and The Four Tops.  Emily began performing on popular television shows in Puerto Rico at the age of 17.  She has also done musical recordings for several Latin Music artists.

Emily’s music and energy defy bounds and limits.  She was the first student (and first female) to obtain a degree in her chosen discipline from the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music.  Emily is passionate about playing music.  She also dances and is skilled in Latin percussion and background vocals. 

Emily endorses Antigua Winds Instruments, Theo Wanne Mouthpices, Rhino Ligatures and recently joined the family with Harry Hartman's Fiberreeds.

Emily is based in New York City.  She is currently promoting her first instrumental album.