Ms. Laura Sinclair

Violin, Viola Teacher

Laura Sinclair

SAA Member

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Delray Beach, FL
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Laura Sinclair – Violist/Violinist/Educator.  An active performer in the South Florida music scene, she is a member of Symphony of the Americas and the Kravis Pops Orchestra and has performed with Miami City Ballet, Atlantic Classical Orchestra, Southwest Florida Symphony, Boca Symphonia, Palm Beach Pops, and Florida Grand Opera, in addition to creating solo and chamber music performances in the community.  Most recently, she appeared on both violin and viola in the Miami stop of the national tour of Hello Dolly, The Book of Mormon, Anastasia, and Aladdin.  She has performed with Broadway greats Bernadette Peters, Idina Menzel, and Hugh Jackman, rocker Rod Stewart, guitar legends Bucky and John Pizzarelli, indie artists Amanda Palmer and Dashboard Confessional, and renowned pianist/theatre star Michael Cavanaugh.  She is the Director of Strings for Plumosa School of the Arts, Orchestra director of the Nat King Cole Generation Hope, Inc. Summer Strings at Lynn University and maintains a vibrant Suzuki studio.  As an alumnus of Boca Raton’s Lynn University, she is the Plumosa School of the Arts coordinator of the Lynn Conservatory’s Music Education Partnership Program. The pairing partners graduate students with underprivileged children in instrumental music programs and provide them with private instruction. Committed to global outreach, recent travels have taken her to Cuba and Panama, spreading the joy of music to others.

Ms. Sinclair attended Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada, receiving a Bachelor of Music in Performance degree and Chamber Music Diploma, studying with Christine Vlajk and Jerzy Kaplanek of the Penderecki String Quartet. She earned her Masters of Music at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Jeffrey Irvine and Kirsten Docter.  Most recently, she completed a Professional Performance Certificate at Lynn University Conservatory of Music, under the guidance of Ralph Fielding.  Ms. Sinclair has had the pleasure of studying and performing at summer festivals around the globe.

When not practicing, performing or teaching, she enjoys yoga, kayaking, and cooking.