Laura specialises in the performance of 17th, 18th & 19th century works on historical flutes. She has performed with The Hanover Band, the London Handel Orchestra, Southern Sinfonia, Arcangelo, Meridian Sinfonia, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, La Nuova Musica, Armonico Consort, The Parley of Instruments, Little Baroque Company, Musicians of London, and the Pythagoras Ensemble, for who she is Historical Performance Curator, in venues such as Buckingham Palace, the Southbank, St John’s, Smith Square, Cadogan Hall, Wigmore Hall, and abroad.
Laura received a MA in Historical Performance from the Royal Academy of Music, where she studied baroque and classical flutes with Lisa Beznosiuk and Rachel Brown, supported by the Winifred Disney Award. She won the prestigious Nancy Nuttall Early Music Prize and graduated with Distinction. Before specialising in historical performance Laura read music at the University of East Anglia, receiving a BA (Hons) and a MMus in Performance Studies. She was awarded four major scholarships for performance studies, which enabled her to receive modern and baroque flute lessons from William Sleath.