Laura Mayer (born 1996) is a Danish mezzo-soprano and postgraduate student at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München with professor Christiane Iven. She previously studied her Bachelor’s degree at The Royal Danish Academy of Music with professor emeritus Kirsten Buhl Møller. Mayer has been fortunate to have been working with world-renowned artists such as Julian Prégardien, Anke Vondung, Royal Opera Singer Johan Reuter, Bo Skovhus, professor Julie Kaufmann from UDK Berlin, Royal Danish Opera Singer Hanne Fischer, and also prize-winning pianist’ such as Helmut Deutsch and Richard Hetherington, Head of Music at The Royal Opera London.
Mayer performs regularly as a soloist both in oratorio, concert-repertoire and opera-repertoire.
Highlights include performing the alto part of Mahler’s Symphony no. 2 with the Lübeck Philharmonic Orchestra under conductor Stefan Vladar broadcasted to Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR), performing with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra in DR Koncerthuset, performing the alto part of Mendelssohn's Elijah with the Jönköpings Sinfonietta in the music-hall Spira under conductor Cecilia Martin-Löf, playing the role of Louise Finch in the world premiere of Matias Vestergaard’s opera Titanic directed by Natascha Metherell, and performing as a young artist at Opera In Unlikely Places.
Laura Mayer is kindly sponsored by Beckett-fonden, Den Bøhmske Fond, Frederiksberg Fonden and The Royal Danish Academy of Music.
Please contact Laura Mayer directly for an updated resume and repertoire-list.