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Lauralie Pow

Lauralie Pow

Biography

Originally from Michigan, pianist Lauralie Pow moved to LA in 2016 after receiving her Doctorate in Collaborative Piano from University of Miami. Throughout her education, she has shared the stage with world-class guest artists as Maria Schneider, Dawn Upshaw, and Ben Folds as a member of the Henry Mancini Orchestra. Lauralie has worked as rehearsal pianist with Orchestra Miami and Miami Summer Music Festival's opera productions. She has served as adjudicator for the AVSOMC Bach Competition and for the National Federation of Music Clubs. Lauralie has worked as Music Director for Cupcake Studio's productions of Spring Awakening, Avenue Q, Mamma Mia, Last Five Years, and has served as a sub MD for Into The Woods and Keys 2 pianist for Dreamgirls. Lauralie is currently on faculty at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) where she teaches group piano classes and has been Music Director for their High School Summer Conservatory programs. She has also worked as Assistant Music Director for AMDA's Senior Showcase and Blackbox productions, as well as accompany musical theatre and ballet classes. Lauralie is also on staff at California School of the Arts in San Gabriel as accompanist and enjoys freelancing in the vibrant LA music scene as music director, performer, and teacher.

Regions

  • LA/Southern California

Hireable as

  • Music Director/Conductor (Pianist)
  • Vocal Director and/or Choral Prep
  • Orchestrator
  • Pit Musician (Keyboards)
  • Audition Pianist
  • Class/Voice Lesson/Rehearsal Pianist
  • Classroom music teacher at an educational institution

Instruments

  • Piano
  • Synth - keyboards

Software

  • Finale
  • MainStage
  • Sibelius