Our Teachers – Laura Jauregui
Laura Jauregui is a classically trained and well rounded singer and performer. She trained in operatic performance at Towson University where she starred in several operas and scenes programs. She expanded her repertoire by also taking private jazz voice lessons and singing with jazz combos while she pursued her classical degree. Laura first fell in love with the stage at age 11 in a production of Annie where her stage presence was noted by many and she was encouraged to pursue a future in performance.
Some of her roles include Despina (Cosi fan Tutte), Lucy (The Telephone), The Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas), Celia (Iolanthe), The Witch (Into the Woods), Meg (Little Women), Elaine (Arsenic and Old Lace.) She loves to play the comedic villain and has been told that funny witch roles are her niche. In college, she was a soprano section leader in the University Chorale which toured the UK. She also took on the role of soprano section leader for episcopal churches in Baltimore. She is proficient in classical singing, as well as musical theater, jazz, pop, and chorale singing. She currently sings lead vocals with a full pop rock band. Laura makes up one half of folk singer songwriter duo with her husband, Danny. They go by the name Farragut West which pays homage to the metro stop where Danny proposed. They have two little kids and music education is a part of their every day life.