Associate Voice Teacher
Laura Briella is an original singer-songwriter and Berklee College of Music graduate that has been singing and performing since she was seven years old. She most enjoys teaching R&B, pop, musical theater, and latin music. Her nine years studying the clarinet professionally is a strong foundation for the different breathing techniques she uses in her daily voice lessons.
Although Laura received different awards in the Dominican Republic as a clarinet player, her passion for singing led her to shift her career to that of a full-time vocalist.
Laura did a two-year musical theater intensive in the Dominican Republic and then moved to Boston after receiving a scholarship to study at the Berklee College of Music. At Berklee, Laura received voice lessons from Grammy nominee Donna McElroy, and vocal coaching from Lana del Rey’s background vocalist, Ashley Rodríguez, among other award winning professors.
Those who have taken lessons from Laura love not only how much confidence they gain and how quickly their voice improves, but how fun the process is with her. She always provides her students with a safe space where they can express and learn without ever feeling judged.