Born in Vic she graduated in Fine Arts at UB and she also got Singing Superior Title from Conservatori del Liceu being her teachers Joan Ferrer Serra and later Maria Dolors Aldea; she was awarded in several lyrical competitions (Mirabent i Magrans, Mirna Lacambra, Germans Plà, among others).
She began her professional career with Amics de l'Òpera de Sabadell and its Òpera a Catalunya circuit, wining Mirna Lacambra contest that allowed her to access the entity's Escola d'Òpera for singing the part of Dorabella in “Così fan tutte” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Her career with this entity has been intense and fruitful, assuming a wide range of characters -as testimony to her progression and versatility- from such different composers as Verdi, Rossini, Bellini, Mozart, Offenbach, Gluck, Gounod or Bizet; there she has debuted with the unanimous recognition of critics and audience several fundamental roles of her mezzo vocality such as Eboli, Isabella, Carmen, Adalgisa, Orfeo and Amneris -especially this last part, sung in various productions which always have given her great satisfactions-.
Her versatility and artistic growth have allowed her to play an extensive operatic repertoire ranging from the classicism of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Dorabella in"Così fan tutte" and Third Lady in"Die Zauberflöte"), Christoph Willibald Gluck (Orfeo in “Orfeo ed Euridice") or Domenico Cimarosa (Fidalma in "Il matrimonio segreto"), nineteenth-century belcanto of Vincenzo Bellini and Gaetano Donizetti, with a special predilection for the great roles of 'mezzo acuto' such as Adalgisa (“Norma"), Leonora ("La favorita"), Sara (“Roberto Devereux"), Elisabetta ("Maria Stuarda"), Giovanna Seymour (“Anna Bolena") or Enrichetta ("I puritani") and some forays into Rossinian repertoire with Isabella (“L'italiana in Algeri") and Zaida (“Il turco in Italia"). Her recent aproaches to Verdi repertoire are also very noteworthy, playing roles such as Princess of Eboli (“Don Carlo"), Amneris ("Aida"), Azucena (“Il trovatore"), Fenena (“Nabucco”), Maddalena (“Rigoletto"), Flora (“La traviata") or Meg Page (“Falstaff"). Other steps in her promenade around Italian repertoire include Giacomo Puccini (Suzuki in “Madama Butterfly") or the verismo of Pietro Mascagni (Lola in "Cavalleria rusticana" ). As for French Opera she has performed Carmen in different productions in Georges Bizet's opera under same name, La voix de la mère in Jacques Offenbach's “Les contes d'Hoffmann" and Gertrude in Charles Gounod's “Romeo et Juliette”; in German repertoire First servant ("Elektra") by Richard Strauss and Orlofsky (“Die Fledermaus” -Viennesse operetta-) by Johann Strauss jr.; in Spanish zarzuela Señá Rita in "La verbena de la Paloma" by Tomás Bretón; in contemporany creation she played the role of Magda in Ramón Ribé's "Magda" -in its absolute premiere in 2015- and very soon she will be the character of Sombra in "El abrecartas" by Luis de Pablo -world premiere at Teatro Real in 2022-.
Laura's presence is usual in Spanish stages: Gran Teatre del Liceu ("La traviata", "Les contes d'Hoffmann, “Rigoletto”, "Cendrillon"), Teatro Real (“Moses und Aron” and soon “El abrecartas”), Teatro Campoamor de Oviedo ("Il turco in Italia", "I puritani"), Teatro Colón de A Coruña -Amigos de la Ópera de A Coruña-("La verbena de la Paloma"), Teatre Principal de Palma ("Cavalleria rusticana"), Auditorio Nacional de Música (“Aida”, “Elektra”, Verdi's “Requiem”), Festival de Peralada (“La traviata”), Festival d'Òpera d'Eivissa (“Madama Butterfly", "Falstaff", Die Fledermaus”), Auditori del Camp de Mart de Tarragona ("Rigoletto"), Festival Lírico de Medinaceli (“Il trovatore") -her latest debut- and she recently starred with success "La favorita" at Teatro Cervantes in Málaga.
Her international career has led her to play Carmen gypsy in Bizet's opera in China (Nanjing and Shangai; stage production signed by Emilio Sagi) on the occasion of the opening of Jiangsu Grand Theater, and Maddalena (“Rigoletto”) at “Zomeropera Festival” in Belgium. She also collaborated with Orquestra Sinfónica de Cascais (Portugal) in the Auditorium of this city in an operatic recital.
Regarding oratorio repertoire the mezzosoprano/alt soloist part of Giuseppe Verdi's "Messa da Requiem" stands out, which she already sang at Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid and soon it will be performed again at Palau de la Música Catalana together with the Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès. On various occasions she has sung Mozart's"Requiem" in places such as the auditoriums of Murcia and Cartagena or Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar in Barcelona; also "Stabat Mater" by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, "Magnificat" and "St.John Passion" -both works by Johann Sebastian Bach-, "Gloria" by Antonio Vivaldi and "Requiem" by Maurice Duruflé in L'Auditori de Barcelona.
Due to this interesting and strong career she has collaborated with renowned orchestral conductors such as Riccardo Frizza, Sir Andrew Davis, Elio Orciuolo, Daniel Gil de Tejada, Speranza Scappucci, Lothar Koenigs, Virginia Martínez, Rubén Gimeno, Óliver Díaz, Enrico Delamboye, Cristóbal Soler, Thomas Sanderling, Santiago Serrate, David Afkham or Antonello Allemandi, and régisseurs such as Emilio Sagi, Laurent Pelly or David McVicar, Emilio Sagi, Veronique Wagemakers, Carlos Wagner among others.