Praised for her “dulcet tones” and “musicality” (NEC Blog) soprano Laura Jobin-Acosta is on the rise as one of New York City’s finest classical singers. Experienced in both concert and operatic atmospheres, Ms. Jobin-Acosta sings with ease and flexibility. Her concert soloist experience includes Coronation Mass in C by Mozart, Samson by Handel, B Minor Mass by Bach, Die Zieben Worte and Paukenmesse by Haydn, Solokantaten by Buxtehude, Magnificat by Vaughan Williams, and Missa Brevis by Kodály. Operatic experience includes Pamina in Die Zauberflöte by Mozart, Romilda in Xerxes by Handel, and Lucy in The Rivals by Kirke Mechem. Most recently she performed the soprano solos in B Minor Mass by Bach with the International Choir for Peace on tour in Austria. Upcoming performances include singing in David Lang’s Mile-Long Opera on the High Line in Manhattan and the role of St. Claire in the Oratorio of St. Francis by Adriano Ariani with Canterbury Choral Society in November. Ms. Jobin-Acosta has also participated as a soloist with the Colorado Youth Symphony Orchestra, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Calvary-St. George Church, CUMC Symphony Orchestra, and Mivos Quartet. She is a soprano section leader at Canterbury Choral Society and Calvary St-George Church in NYC. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Denver and continues to study voice. Laura is also a composer is pursing her masters in composition at SUNY Purchase.