Laura’s musical journey began at her grandmother’s organ where she was encouraged to never give up and expand on her musical horizons in every way possible. She first started playing the violin when she was 8 years old and played in many ensembles including the Christmas candlelight processional at Epcot Center in Disney world.
A now devout learner, she decided to expand her musical repertoire over the years by studying different instruments such as cello, viola, flute, clarinet, saxophone, ukulele, guitar, and drums. As far back as middle school, Laura also studied vocal while participating in choir. She attended Sayreville High school where she enrolled in the first-ever recording arts program named Fedora Productions. Through this experience, she earned a scholarship to Princeton University where she studied music composition, theory, and ethnomusicology, musicology where she received undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Laura was also one of the original founders of PURE (Princeton University Rock Ensemble) PURE is now one of the biggest and most popular ensembles on campus. Through these experiences with PURE, Laura was fortunate enough to meet many professionals in the music industry and was invited to play with The Philadelphia Orchestra in 2015.
As a committed teacher and advocate of private instruction, Laura aims to provide a unique, creative and professional experience for her students.
Laura focuses on violin, cello, viola, flute, clarinet, saxophone, ukulele, and guitar.