Laura Boguslavsky, mezzo-soprano, is a native of Belarus, where she received both the Bachelor and Master degrees in Voice and Performance from the State Conservatory. An active singer in the Chicago area, she has performed at sacred music venues, in concerts, and in opera. She made her debut in 2008 as Mercedes in Bizet's "Carmen" with the Chicago Chamber Opera. In 2010 she sang the roles of Dame Quickly in scenes from Verdi's "Falstaff" and the role of Gertrude, in scenes from Gounod's "Romeo and Juliette" with the Santa Barbara Opera. Also in 2010 she was the featured soloist with the Elgin Choral Union in a performance of Rachmaninoff's "Vespers". In 2011 she performed with the Music Institute Choral as an Alto solo in Mozart's "Requiem". In 2012 she was selected to do a cover role in Mahler's Symphony #3 with the Chicago Symphony Chorus. Laura is currently a member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus and the Grant Park Chorus.
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