Laura is teaching Flute Technique, Rhythm and Reading, Accompanist/Soloist Collaboration and coaching a Chamber Group.
"Laura was an awesome teacher in this technique class. She was always prepared and had something new for us to learn each day. She was encouraging and supportive not to mention fun and full of life." Participant, 2016 LFM camp
Appearing on the Naxos label and award-winning soundtracks, Laura Chambers is also a founding member of the ensemble Charm of Finches, Canada’s only professional flute quintet, performing standard repertoire and commissioning new works for flute ensemble.
Ms. Chambers has been featured as a concerto soloist, orchestral player, and chamber ensemble musician across North America. As a player of modern, baroque, and world flutes, Laura has been a featured soloist with the Mississauga Symphony and the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Orchestra, and a guest artist with the Toronto Symphony, the Glenn Gould Studio, and at the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Laura has also had the privilege of working with such artists as members of Nexus and composer Steve Reich as well as participating in a recent epic performance of The Rite of Spring in the deserts of Nevada. Her playing can also be heard on the 2018 Juno nominated soundtrack Cuphead.
An active member of the GTA freelance scene, Laura has had the pleasure of performing with many groups including the Niagara Symphony, the Talisker players, Aradia Ensemble, Toronto Concert Orchestra, and the Ontario Philharmonic. She is currently acting principal with the London Symphonia.
Ms. Chambers holds an Honours Bachelor of Performance from the University of Toronto and a Masters Degree from the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California, where she studied under Professor James Walker. Previous teachers include Patrick Gallois, Susan Hoeppner, Camille Churchfield. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in music at York University.
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* Ludwig van Toronto, 2020 * La Scena Musicale, 2019 * Boost Your Vocal Skills, 2018 * CBC Radio interview, 2018 * Jazz and World Music, 2017 * Spotlight on Strings, 2016 * Active Senior’s Digest, 2016* The Link, 2016 * Toronto Life, 2016 * Musical America, 2016* A Choral Experience, 2015* Everything Zoomer, 2015 * CAA Magazine, 2015* Reader’s Digest, 2014* Making Music Magazine, 2011* The Music Scene, 2011
Lake Field Music camp for adult amateurs
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