Laura Greenwald

Laura Greenwald


Young, versatile, and pure vocalist with wide range who can sing anything from Classical to Pop to Rock and beyond. If you're looking for perfect technique combined with emotional wow then this is your girl.


"All I can say is wow! You have an amazing voice, it's so pure, and strong, and beautiful. (And you're so young too, good stuff!) It was just really lovely to listen to."
---- Sophie Serese, Composer

---- Anne Easter Smith, Folk Singer and Author of "A Rose for the Crown"

Laura lives in Amesbury, in northeastern Massachusetts, about 20 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. She has performed at Symphony Hall in Boston, MA with the Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland, but she considers that her greatest achievement to date is the holiday CD "Believe" that she recorded in 2006 with her friends to benefit local charities and for which she was honored as a "Youth Hero" by the American Red Cross. Laura is 13 years old.


2007 Governor's Inaugural Ball, Boston Convention Center;
2006 Amahl & the Night Visitors by Gian Carlo Menotti;
Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell;
The Seven Goats by Engelbert Humperdinck;
Gloria by Vivaldi
Collins Center for the Performing Arts, Andover, MA
Methuen Music Hall, Methuen, MA;
St. Michael's Church, North Andover, MA

TREBLE CHORUS OF NEW ENGLAND, Soprano, 2005-2006 in seven languages (English, French, Italian, German, Latin, Gaelic and Chinese)

2006, An Evening of Choral Music with the Schola Cantorum of the Westminster Choir College, First Baptist Church, Newton, MA
Venus and Adonis, a Baroque Opera by John Blow, Emerson Umbrella, Concord, MA
NTDTV Chinese New Year Global Gala Cutler Majestic Theatre, Boston, MA
2005 Atlantic Rhythms Tour with the Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland and Emmanuel Lawler, Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

Laura has studied voice with Alison Trick in Newburyport, MA for three years. She has also performed in numerous community theater productions.

See also


2006 Believe-a holiday music collection. Available at CDBaby, iTunes and

2005 Wonder

Set List

Current repertoire includes Classical, Contemporary Classical, Pop/Rock cover tunes and traditional Folk songs and lullabies. The following is a sample of the variety of music.

Deh vieni non tardar, from "The Marriage of Figaro" (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Elle a fui, la tourterelle, from “Les Contes d’Hoffmann” (Jacques Offenbach)

The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze, from "The Mikado" (Gilbert & Sullivan)

Evening Prayer, from “Hänsel und Gretel” (Engelbert Humperdinck)

Christmas Oratorio (Bereite dich, Zion) (Johann Sebastian Bach)

Danny Boy (Irish Traditional)

All Through the Night (Traditional)

Into the West, from “The Lord of the Rings” (music and lyrics by Howard Shore, Fran Walsh and Annie Lennox)

Believe, from “The Polar Express” (music and lyrics by Glen Ballard and Alan Anthony Silvestri)

Walking in the Air, from “The Snowman” (music and lyrics by Howard Blake)

I Couldn’t Be Happier, from “Wicked, A New Musical” (music and lyrics by Stephen Schwar