What’s up, Em?!?

New Movie: Beau the Musical

Beau the Musical tells the story of musician Ace Baker, who at 12 discovered the grandfather his mother intended to keep a secret; a man who changed Ace’s life forever by putting a guitar in his hand, and self-love in his heart. A hybrid film-theater performance that recently won Best of Show award and Industry Choice Award at Indiefest 2022 as well as a nomination at Montreal Independent Film Festival. Check out the trailer above!

Dueling Pianos

The Unessentials Dueling Pianos, featuring Emily Seibert and Gavin Rohrer

new music


To celebrate Emily’s 30th birthday, check out her most recent cover “30/90”, as featured in the musical Tick Tick Boom. Available on most online streaming platforms.

Remember the Dream Girl

Emily recently collaborated with JT Curtis Music to write and record an album for the podcast “Remember the Dream Girl”, a story about finding the girl of your dreams literally in your dreams! She’s featured on voice and keys for many songs, including Wait For Love, Perfect Serenity, and Forever Your Darling.


Emily’s first album “Burn Them All” is available almost everywhere on Spotify, iTunes, YouTube…. basically anywhere you can stream music! Her lightly experimental album was entirely recorded during the pandemic with musicians from around the world. She’s heavily inspired by piano singer-song writers, alternative rock and of course a little theater.

Check out one of Emily’s featured songs on her album, “Burn The All”.

New nyc musical- stay tuned

Emily just wrapped up filming a new musical in New York City this summer. More information on her latest project soon!

Used and Borrowed Time

Available to watch on Amazon Prime

2020 Christmas Single

Enjoy your socially distanced holiday by being reminded (through song) about how much the year 2020 really DID suck!

Her First Single: Simple Song

Emily’s first released single is available on streaming services everywhere.

Quarantine CONTENT: ASPCA parody Video

Actor Parody video created by Emily Seibert and Gavin Rohrer