For Texas-born Laura Claycomb, an international career began over 20 years ago at the Grand Théâtre de Genève, while still very young, as Giulietta in Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi. After that, she sang many other operas. Her versatility is impressively demonstrated: about 75 roles from Monteverdi to Messiaen has she already worked and sung. Her lyric coloratura soprano rang yesterday bright and colorful with wonderful height (determined also an interesting candidate for the title role in Lucia di Lammermoor), a performance made the appetite for more: her vocal technical skills were a guarantee for varied listening pleasure. Every aria was literally something special.
Hi Laura - It’s been a number of years since we last saw each other which might have been the St Francois d’Assis
Hi Laura Hello from Singapore! Big fan of your technique videos and performances on Youtube. Been a singer for about
Hello Ms Claycomb, hope everything is well with you. i am Tata, live in Boston and study vocal. I found your v
Hi Laura, It has been great to find this. I have admired you since our days in NATS (I was in OK at OCU). I don't know i