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Laura Sarti, mezzo-soprano, was born in Trieste, Northern Italy, where she heard many of the legendary singers such as Gigli, Schipa, Gina Cigna and Toti dal Monte so that the Bel Canto and Italianate style are, as it were, inbred. Moving to Britain after the war she began vocal studies with Emmy Heim and Lucy Manen.
Her operatic career began at Glyndebourne where she was chosen by Maestro Gui for the role of Berta in a production and EMI recording of “The Barber of Seville” the cast including Victoria de Los Angeles and Luigi Alva. She also sang the role of “Messaggera” in the Erato recording of Monteverdi´s “L´Orfeo” which was awarded the International Disc Prize.
A founder cast member of the Scottish Opera and Kent Opera she also appeared at the Wexford, Bregenz and Aix-en-Provence International Festivals encompassing over thirty roles. Her extensive broadcasting appearance included de Falla´s “La Vida Breve” with Margaret Price in the first BBC colour television opera.
A noted recitalist both in her own right and as part of the “Benvenuto Duo” (which she formed together with the soprano Claire Walmesley and accompanist Paul Hamburger) she built a reputation for innovative recital design. A Wigmore Hall recital by the Duo was singled out by a leading music journal as an example of “consummate artistry”.
A Professor and Fellow of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama since the 1970´s she has developed an international reputation as a teacher and regularly gives Master Classes in Britain, France, Switzerland,
Sweden, Germany and Ireland. Her students are drawn from all over Europe and many have gained acceptance on advance courses at Guildhall and other leading Conservatories. Her pupils appear with leading national and international opera companies as well as pursuing careers in concerts and recital. Her long vocal teaching and performance in opera has given her an especial insight into the Italianate, French and Spanish styles and repertoire for which she is particularly well known. Her other activities include lecturing, adjudication and publishing translations of “Don Giovanni” and “L´incoronazione di Poppea”.

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