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Singer (Soprano)

Laura Curry

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International Opera Singer, Laura has performed in both the UK, mainland Europe and Canada. Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!
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Singer (Soprano)
Bristol

Coming from a Deaf Mother and a tone-deaf Father, Laura was an unlikely soprano, first exploring a passion for Dance. After discovering a natural flare for singing at an early age, Laura's interest in music grew alongside her dancing but it wasn't until her Grandmother took her to see Mozart's Die Zauberflote, aged 14, that she considered a career in Opera. Laura followed her curiosity in Singing and completed her degree at University of Bristol, majoring in Performance under the excellent tutelage of mezzo-soprano Angela Hickey. Here she was an active member of the Opera society and performed several major roles. She then went on to complete both her Licentiate and Fellowship Diplomas in Performance (Singing) with Trinity Guildhall London before beginning her Masters (Vocal Performance) at the RWCMD. Here she trained with the fantastic soprano Gail Pearson and worked closely with BBC NCW. Since graduating Laura has been working as a freelance performer across Europe and North America. She has strong connections to the South West and London, performing across much of the UK on a regular basis. Recent performance credits include: Longborough Festival Opera, St Paul's Opera Clapham, Opera in a Box, Cheltenham Bach Choir Competition and Southmead Hospital Buskathon, Vienna State Opera, Opera de Bauge. She's a prolific performer, both charming and down-to-earth, and always has wonderful feedback from clients and pupils alike.

Musicianship
Genres:
Classical, Christmas, Traditional church music, Contemporary Christian, Baroque, Classical crossover, Contemporary classical, Opera, Musical theatre, Film / TV music, 1940s era music, 1950s era music, 1930s era music, 1960s era music, Traditional Irish folk, Traditional English folk, Easy listening, Light music, Covers, German music, French music, Italian music
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Event types:
Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Burns night, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Song list

Opera/Classical
O mio babbino caro - Puccini
Ave Maria - Gounod
Poor Wandering One - Sullivan
Musetta's Waltz - Puccini
Caro mio ben - Giordani
Habanera - Bizet
Je veux vivre - Gounod
Song to the Moon - Dvorak
Meine Lippen sie küssen so heiss - Lehar
Pie Jesu - Lloyd-Webber
Music Theatre
Greenfinch and Linnet Bird - Sweeney Todd, Sondheim
You'll never walk alone - Carousel, Rodgers & Hammerstein
Somewhere over the Rainbow - The Wizard of Oz, Arlen
My Favourite Things - The Sound of Music, Rodgers & Hammerstein
Think of Me - The Phantom of the Opera, Lloyd-Webber
I could have danced all night - My Fair Lady, Loewe
Getting to Know you - The King and I, Rodgers & Hammerstein
Wishing you were somehow here again - The Phantom of the Opera, Lloyd-Webber
Pop Covers
The Prayer
Can't help loving you
A thousand years
Dancing Queen

Prices

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Standard Prices
Performance durationPrice
Short performance (up to 15 min)£60
Up to 1 hour£160
Up to 2 hours£200
Up to 3 hours£250
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Carol L, 1 year ago

'electrifying... one of the most engaging things I’ve seen in several decades of Fringe going”