„Her very versatile voice allows her to face a wide repertory, covering all the titles of the Italian opera tradition, beyond a large religious repertory.”

Enrico Charles Foundation
A successful career starring in numerous operas

 Laura has been dedicated to her education since a young age, attending prestigious institutions such as the Music Conservatory of Genoa and Milan, the "Accademia Chigiana" in Siena, the Music School of Fiesole, and the advanced training academy "TEMA" in Milan. In addition to opera singing, she holds a degree in piano and performing arts. Her career commenced in 2001 with the opera "Tosca" and has since encompassed significant performances in opera houses worldwide, including Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Russia, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, and the USA.

 From the outset, Laura has been recognized for her versatility as a singer, officially classified as a "soprano lirico spinto with coloratura," effortlessly mastering a light repertoire to the most dramatic roles, from "Elisir d'Amore" to "Tosca," from "Lucia di Lammermoor" to "Norma."
Her most successful roles include "Tosca," "Madama Butterfly," Leonora (La Forza del Destino), Norina (Don Pasquale), Abigaille (Nabucco), Mimi (La Bohème), Adriana Lecouvreur, and Maddalena (Andrea Chenier). Thanks to her acting talent, she is also highly regarded as a musical and theatre actress.

 Laura has collaborated with renowned orchestras and artists such as Claudio Abbado, Gianandrea Gavazzeni, Carlo Maria Giulini, the Boston Philharmonic, the Longwood Symphony Orchestra, Ottavio Garaventa, Delfo Menicucci, Lorenzo Castriota Skanderberg, Massimo De Stefano, Silvano Frontalini, Sandro Fazzolari, Marco Voleri, Daniele Anzaghi, Carlo Torriani, Vincenzo Villani, Bruno Tasso, Rossella Spinosa, the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, the Alessandria Classical Orchestra, the Roncole Verdi Orchestra, the Bilbao Baroque Ensemble, and the Madrid Symphony Orchestra.
Laura, who was born with Asperger's syndrome, has always been deeply committed to social responsibility and integration, actively participating in charity initiatives. She serves as the official patron of the "Enrico Charles Foundation," a UK organization that supports children with disabilities and their families. Additionally, she lends her support to the Pro UKBB Foundation and other Swiss charity initiatives through her performances, among other contributions.
In addition to her charitable work, Laura is highly respected as a teacher and committee member for various competitions. She served as a professor of acting and singing at the 14youstudio Art Academy in Lugano from 2009 to 2014. Currently, she teaches singing and music at the Close Encounters Theater Academy and serves as a vocal coach at Zürich International School.

Laura has been selected for numerous prestigious international events, often as the main soloist. These include the International Festival Roncole Giuseppe Verdi, official celebrations commemorating the life of Maria Callas, and the premiere of A. Scarlatti's Stabat Mater rediscovery in Zurich's Grossmünster.

Driven by innovation, Laura actively participates in creative projects such as the opera "Rock Babel" composed by Diego Rocca (2021), a silent film soundtrack project (2021), and the progressive rock and opera symphony "Storm and Water" composed by Olivier Guenat (2020). She also took part in the international Verdi Rachmaninoff tour in 2023 and developed the concept for a recital featuring soprano and cello solo based on original compositions by John Tavener and Davide Runcini (2022).
Residing in Zurich since 2014, Laura is a devoted wife and mother of two children in her private life.