Laura de Mare studied classical singing and opera at the Amadeo Roldan Conservatory in Havana Cuba from 2005 to 2016, as well as at the Cuban University of Arts. During those years, Ms. De Mare formed part of many opera and zarzuela productions, in roles such as Lota in Court of the Pharoah, Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute, Alcina in Alcina, Bastienne in Bastien und Bastienne, and Mozart’s Requiem, to name a few. She performed in multiple prestigious venues within Cuba, including the Gran Teatro de La Havana Alicia Alonso, Ernesto Lecuona’s Concert Hall, San Felipe de Neri Oratory, St. Francisco de Asís Basilica, the Catalan Society of Cuba, the Hispanoamerican Cultural Center of Havana, and at the Contemporary Music Festival of Havana, Mozart Festival, and alongside the Cuban National Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to her experience as a soprano, Ms. De Mare taught voice at the Opera Theater of Cuba. She also continued to grow as an artist through master classes with soprano Maida Prado (Cuba),Vittoria Lazaroff (Bulgary), Sabrina Trojse (Italy), and pianist Marcos Madrigal (Cuba). She has performed internationally in numerous countries including Milan, Florence, Rome, Mantova and Varona (Italy)Antalya (Turkey), and Ras Al Khaimah (United Arab Emirates), as well as several concerts with the Florida Chamber Orchestra. Ms. de Mare is the head of the Voice Mastery program at Conchita Espinosa Academy, and has been on the voice faculty at Conchita Espinosa Conservatory of the Arts since 2022.