Soprano Laura Ruhí Vidal is a collaborative singer, musician, and teacher.
While singing is her great passion, she has a wide range of concert experience in the UK in venues such as Cadogan Hall, The Barbican, St Martin in the Fields, Purcell Room, Kings Place and The Sage Gateshead. Besdies, she has performed with opera companies such as MidWales Opera, Pop-Up Company, Opera Project; and festivals such as Longborough Opera Festival, West Green House Opera, Tête à tête contemporary opera Festival, Aldeburgh Festival, London Spanish Song and Zarzuela Festival amongst others.
Graduated from the Opera Studies at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, she also studied BMus (Hons) in classical singing; she then was awarded an Artist Fellowship assisting in the vocal department as a Spanish and Catalan language and music coach. Recently, she has finalised studying the Postgraduate Certificate in Performance Teaching at the same institution.
As well as opera, Laura has performed with conductor and comedian Rainer Hersch, appearing on the show "Rainer Hersch's Victor Borge - The man, the comedy and the music!" and the acclaimed "The New Year's Eve Bash" with the Rainer Hersch Orkestra.
Furthermore, she regularly performed with the “Maria Camahort Quintet”, a chamber ensemble performing traditionally rooted Spanish classical music, with concerts across the UK and Spain and two CD albums: Iberian Colours (Convivium Records) and Danzas, Canciones y Nanas (Guitar Records). Currently, together with guitarist Maria Camahort, they are planning concerts across UK and Spain, as a duo.