Emőke Baráth graduated from the Liszt Academy, where she studied under Júlia Pászthy.In 2011, she won first place, as well as the audience prize, at the Pietro Antonio Cesti International Singing Competition for Baroque Opera, the Grand Prix of Verbier Festival Academy and the Junior Prima prize. She has performed as a soloist at numerous festivals worldwide and in countless opera houses and concert halls, including: the Hungarian State Opera House, Kaposfest, the Aix-en-Provence Festival, the Verbier Festival, the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music, the Theater an der Wien, the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, La Seine Musicale (Paris), the Royal Opera (Versailles), the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (Moscow), the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), the Philharmonie de Luxembourg, Opéra de Bordeaux, the Kennedy Center (Washington), Carnegie Hall (New York), the Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Grieghallen (Bergen), Wigmore Hall (London), the Musikverein (Vienna), the Auditorio Nacional de Música (Madrid), the Palau de la Música (Barcelona), the Sala São Paulo, Suntory Hall (Tokyo) and the Boston Early Music Festival. Her repertoire includes works by classical Baroque and Viennese masters, as well as French- and German-language song literature. To date, she has worked with such acclaimed conductors as Alan Curtis, Emmanuelle Haïm, Jordi Savall, Marc Minkowsky, Pablo Heras Casado, William Christie, Diego Fasolis, Jonathan Cohen and Ottavio Dantone. She has collaborated on a number of recordings produced by Warner Erato, Naïve Records, CPO, Alpha Classic, Glossa and Hungaroton. In 2017 she released an album produced by Hungaroton, containing a collection of songs by Claude Debussy, which she performed in collaboration with Emese Virág. Emőke Baráth is an exclusive artist of Warner Classic-Erato. Her first solo album was released in early 2019.