Classical / General Voice / Musical Theater
BM, Voice Performance, Depaul University (Chicago)
MM, Voice Performance, Kansas University
UVAA Office Manager
Soprano and Texas native, Lauryn Moscon recently relocated to Utah and has joined the vocal faculty at Utah Vocal Arts Academy.
Previously, she ran her own independent voice studio in Plano, Texas and taught grades 6-12. Lauryn’s students have performed lead roles with North Texas Children’s Theatre, participated in Texas All-Region/State choirs and all received superior ratings at Plano ISD’s and Mckinney ISD’s Solo and Ensemble Contest.
Lauryn graduated from Kansas University with her M.M. in vocal performance in 2017. At the University, she was a Graduate Teaching Assistant and privately taught undergraduate and non-major singers. During her time in Kansas, Lauryn performed leading and supporting roles in KU’s mainstage productions including the role of Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni , Monica in Menotti’s The Medium, and Suor Osmina in Puccini’s Suor Angelica. She also sang as a featured soloist in Kansas University’s 2016 Opera Gala at the Kansas City Kaufmann Center.
As part of her graduate recital, Lauryn collaborated with pianist and composer Kai Ono and premiered a new cycle of songs entitled Samuel Daniel isn’t Thinking about Delia.
Lauryn attended DePaul University in Chicago as an undergraduate. On top of participating in the University productions, Lauryn sang with the Grant Park Chorus and St. Chrys Singers, performed as a soloist at various churches in Chicago, and lead Music Together classes with children ranging from newborns to five year olds. Lauryn currently studies with Dr. Julia Broxholm.
Lesson rates: $27/30 minutes; $54/one hour (when paid monthly)