A Fulbright scholar in Paris, soprano Laura Hynes has performed repertoire ranging from baroque opera with Les Arts Florissants to “classical cabaret” on French television and radio. She has performed opera roles, solo recitals, chamber music, new music, and concerts throughout Europe and North America, in venues including New York’s Alice Tully Hall, the Barbican in London, and the Châtelet and Cité de la Musique in Paris. Laura has recently recorded works by Omar Daniel and John Corigliano with the Land’s End Ensemble, and she will premiere William Jordan’s "Gertrude Stein Shenanigans" in September of 2023.
She holds degrees from the University of Minnesota (DMA, Dominick Argento Fellow), the Paris Conservatory (Cycle de perfectionnement), the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (MM), and Miami University (BM). Currently an associate professor of Voice at the University of Calgary, she is also pursuing Alexander Technique teacher training through the Balance Arts Center in NYC.