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Laura Albert, a German full lyric soprano is an ensemble member of Landestheater Neustrelitz since the 23/24 season where she made her debut as Agathe in Der Freischütz (C.M. von Weber) and Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss). Other roles this season will be Prinzessin Helene in Ein Walzertraum (O. Straus) and Laura in Neues Vom Tage (P. Hindemith).

Her further operatic repertoire includes La Contessa d‘Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro (W. A. Mozart), Mařenka in The Bartered Bride (B. Smetana) and Micaëla in Carmen (G. Bizet). Laura studied voice with Prof. Annette Koch and Susan Anthony in Münster and with Prof. Carola Höhn at University of the Arts Berlin, Germany. Laura is a scholar recipient of the Richard Wagner Association.

During her studies she performed Helene in Das Pensionat (F. von Suppè) at Theater Münster and made her debut at the Berlin State Opera Unter den Linden as Marion Richter in the contemporary production of Die Arabische Nacht (C. Jost). Laura also performed Sister Anna in the German original production of Thine is the Kingdom (swedish: Riket är ditt) by Jonas Forssell at Ucker Opera. In 2022, she portrayed La Contessa d’Almaviva in her third production of Le Nozze di Figaro (W. A. Mozart) at Kammeroper München.

Among her comprehensive concert activities she worked with philharmonic orchestras such as the Duisburg Philharmonics, Sinfonieorchestra Ruhr, Sinfonieorchestra Münster, Staatskapelle Berlin and Neubrandenburg Philharmonics with whom she performed, amongst others, The Messiah (G. F. Händel), The Coronoration Mass (W. A. Mozart), Requiem in D-Minor (W. A. Mozart), Mass in C-Major (L. van Beethoven), The Creation (Haydn), Little Organ Mass (J. Haydn) and Mass in Blue (W. Todd).

The young artist participated in masterclasses with Vesselina Kasarova, John Treleaven, Dan Ettinger and jazz musician Hon. Prof. Götz Alsmann and received musical impulses under the musical direction of Daniel Geiss, Thilo Wolf, Daniel Klein, Ina Stoertzenbach, Jürgen Bruns, Marion Wood, Mareike Jöring and Philipp Armbruster. She also worked with stage directors such as Max Hoehn, Gaines Hall, Marcin Lakomicki, Holger Müller-Brandes, Maximilian Berling, Wolfgang Berthold, Lars Franke, Benedikt Borrmann, Bernarda Horres und Isabel Hindersin.