Praised for her "bubbly" personality (Broadway World) and her "enchanting" stage presence (Opera Today), soprano Laura Broscow has enjoyed a fulfilling career in music both on and off the stage. Currently, Laura serves as director of Lessons in Your Home Houston, where she facilitates music lessons and teachers throughout the Greater Houston area. She also teaches piano and voice, and regularly sings as a cantorial soloist at Congregation Emanu-El. Additionally, Laura is a regular performer and board member for the Houston chapter of Opera on Tap.
During the 2022-2023 season, Laura will be seen as the soprano soloist for Handel’s Messiah with Houston Masterworks Chorale. In recent seasons, Laura has joined the Grammy award-winning Houston Chamber Choir as a soprano soloist in the role of Anne Frank, been a winner of the John Alexander National Vocal competition, and sung on Mississippi Opera’s Stage Stars of Tomorrow Gala concert. She has sung mainstage roles at Opera Grand Rapids, Toledo Opera and Pacific Opera Project.
Laura is a native of Southern California, and a proud alumna of the University of Arizona (BM) and Michigan State University (MM).
Over the years, Laura has enjoyed teaching piano and voice students of all ages and abilities. She especially loves teaching young beginners and seeing them light up as they discover the joys of music for the very first time.