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Laura Wright Workshops

Date: Wednesday 22nd May 2024 and Wednesday 3rd July 2024

Time: 9:30am til 11:00am (Adults), 1:00pm til 2:30pm (Students)

Venue: Morning sessions take place at The Courtyard, Afternoon

            sessions take place at Credenhill Community Centre

Cost: These sessions are free and open to members of the 

          Hereford Military Veteran's Choir and the SPP Choir.

Laura will be sharing hints and tips on how to become a better singer, as well as her secrets on some of the highlights of her career to date and how she got there. You will be introduced to songs which you will be invited to sing with her in Hereford cathedral in 2025, as part of a mass celebration of music! A workshop not to be missed!

Laura Wright

                             Mezzo-soprano Laura Wright is no stranger to performing at high profile events and broadcasting                                   live to millions of people. She has written and performed for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on                                     numerous occasions, most memorably for her 90th birthday. Laura wrote the anthem Invincible for                                 The Invictus Games and performed it at the inaugural ceremony at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium                                   and subsequently at the official Invictus Opening Ceremonies in Florida, Toronto and Sydney. 

                             After winning BBC Chorister of the Year at the age of 15, Laura became one of the decade’s                                         biggest selling artists. Laura, now 31, is currently writing her 7th album. 

Laura has been lucky enough to have performed in venues such as the Dodger Stadium L.A., Royal Opera House, O2 London Arena (and on the roof of the O2!), Wembley Stadium, Disney World, Old Trafford, Royal Albert Hall, Westminster Abbey, 10 Downing Street and the Great Wall of China. 

Laura is a regular performer at major UK sporting events such as the Six Nations, the NFL Series and the Grand National. 

Laura’s desire to promote the power of music is reflected through her work as Ambassador for the Soldiers’ Arts Academy, Ambassador for the Open University’s Disabled Veterans Scholarship Fund, Ambassador for Sports Aid, UK Ambassador for the Invictus Games, a Place2Be Champion, Community Ambassador for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation & Founder of the DSWF Breathing World Youth Composer Competition, Ambassador for Versus Arthritis, Ambassador for the Stroke Association, Ambassador for the Grand National, the first ever Ambassador for the Kia Women's Cricket League, a Presenter for BBC Songs of Praise, a Judge for BBC Chorister of the Year and the England Rugby team’s first ever official singer. In 2012 she became a proud Ambassador for Nordoff Robbins, receiving the PPL Classical Award at their 02 Silver Clef Awards. Most recently, Laura accepted the honour of becoming the first female Ambassador for the Military Wives Choirs. 

During the pandemic, Laura gave around 400 online Sing Happy workshops to individuals struggling mentally with isolation, many of whom live with PTSD. She also released over 50 episodes of her own podcast Music in My Life and recorded over 30 songs for her chosen charities.

Laura has just written and released two new songs, Here I Stand and You, the latter of which was written in 2020 as a thank you to NHS Workers.

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