Mezzo-soprano Laura Lamph was educated in Methodist College Belfast and is now based in London. Laura has performed with several UK-based ensembles including The Dunedin Consort, The Gabrieli Consort, and Polyphony as well as working with Danish groups Ars Nova and Theatre of Voices.
Laura regularly performs as a soloist singing everything from Opera to Traditional Irish, she has appeared on BBC Radio 3 In Tune performing ‘Dido’s Lament,’ and on BBC Ulster.
Recent performances include the role of Irene in Handel’s ‘Theodora’ with Sestina and the Irish Baroque Orchestra, Bach’s cantata ‘Ich habe genug,’ with Delmege Quartet in London, Andriessen ‘De Statt’ with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra in Copenhagen and ‘You Raise me up,’ with Harmonika-Orchester Kork (accordion orchestra and literally amazing!!)
In her ‘spare’ time, Laura manages ‘Kensington Olympia Festival of Music and the Arts’, a charity providing a platform for young musicians.