Emily Vite holds a Bachelor of Music in Theory and Composition from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. During her time at St. Olaf, she served as alto section leader for the St. Olaf Choir, participating in two domestic tours as well as an international tour to Norway in celebration of the 100th year of the founding of the ensemble. As a teacher and conductor, Emily has served as Assistant Conductor for VOICES Chorale and as Concert Manager and Readiness Choir Director for the Trenton Children’s Chorus. She is currently the director of the "Joyful Noise" choir at Nassau Presbyterian Church, Music Teacher at Princeton Friends School, and is a collaborative pianist and private piano instructor at the Chapin School. Emily is also the co-founder and Assistant Director of the Glassbrook Vocal Ensemble, a professional choir based in Ewing, NJ.