In 2012, Emily co-founded the Chicago Harp Quartet. The quartet has dedicated itself to presenting innovative, charismatic and forward-thinking programs that include original transcriptions as well as new commissions from composers across the globe. In 2017, the quartet embarked on a musical embasadorship to Havana, Cuba performing, teaching and donating much needed supplies to the community. They released their second album this year with original works by Alfredo Rolando Ortiz, Bruce Broughton and Paul Patterson. As an educator, Emily has served on faculty at VanderCook College of Music, British School of Chicago, and Chicago Harp Ensemble. She has taught at the Interlochen Center for the Arts and presented masterclasses and educational residencies at Indiana University, New York University, Play on Philly!, Vanderbilt University and American Harp Society National Conference with the Chicago Harp Quartet. As an avid hiker, Granger successfully walked the Te Araroa - a 3,000 kilometer trail across New Zealand taking 138 days to complete the journey from Cape Reinga to Bluff. In addition she completed California's John Muir Trail (400kms), climbed 14 of Colorado's highest mountains in one week and climbed Australia's 15 highest mountains and most recently completed the Camino de Santiago (880kms) across Spain in January 2018.