Vocal Coach. Singer. Songwriter
Laura Donohue currently resides in Nashville, where she coaches singers of all levels, ranging from amateurs to major label artists and other professional vocalists. She is also the Vocal Instructor for the GRAMMY Foundation and teaches Vocal Performance at GRAMMY Camps all over the country. At the moment, Laura is studying Commercial vocal pedagogy at Belmont University in a new Master of Music program focusing on the unique aspects of training commercial vocalists. She is on the adjunct voice faculty at Belmont and is a member of the Association for Popular Music Education (APME).
Laura graduated from The University of North Carolina at Greenboro's School of Music, where she studied classical piano and voice. Since moving to Nashville over two decades ago, Laura has maintained a private studio of vocalists, taught workshops and camps in Nashville and beyond, and served on the faculties of Belmont University, Lipscomb University, and Middle Tennessee State University. She was also one of the founding directors of Girls Up Loud, an empowering singing program for middle and high school-aged girls based in Nashville.
Laura's own vocal experience encompasses international touring as a background vocalist, including international television appearances, studio singing, musical theater roles, and Voice Over.