Laura Thomas

Laura began her singing career at age 6 on the radio show “Junior Jamboree” on WIRY in upstate New York. She spent her high school summers singing in musicals such as THE KING AND I, OKLAHOMA, and THE WIZARD OF OZ in summer stock. After majoring in voice at Marymount College, she came to NYC to study with Robert Kobin, whose technique she now teaches.

Laura has sung with New York City Opera, and numerous regional companies, as well as performing the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas MIKADO, HMS PINAFORE, and PATIENCE in the last season of Dorothy Raedler’s “AMERICAN SAVOYARDS”. Laura’s operatic repertoire includes the title roles MANON LESCAUT, MADAMA BUTTERFLY, TOSCA, as well as Rosalinda (DIE FLEDERMAUS), Constanza (ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO), Fiordiligi (COSI FAN TUTTE), Leonora (IL TROVATORE), Isolde (TRISTAN UND ISOLDE), and Leonore (FIDELIO).