Mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin received high praise from New York Times chief classical music critic Anthony Tommasini who wrote she possesses "compelling artistry," "communicative power," and that her voice displays "earthy, rich, and poignant qualities."
Los Angeles Times chief classical music critic Mark Swed writes about Laurie Rubin in arecent review: "A young mezzo-soprano whose voice is darkly complex and mysteriously soulful and who adds intense emphasis to every word of text .... She sings magnificently.... A major, and maybe great, career beckons."
Laurie's recent career highlights include her United Kingdom solo recital debut at London's Wigmore Hall and her solo recital debut at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. She has performed at The White House and at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. Laurie is a graduate of Oberlin College and earned a Master of Music degree at Yale.