Laurie Rubin

Laurie Rubin
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 - 7:00pm
Brodbeck Concert Hall, Center for the Arts
“Blind since birth, Rubin seems to have an especially acute intuition about the power and subtleties of sound.” –Los Angeles Times

Mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin dreams in vivid color, despite being blind since birth.  Author of Do You Dream in Color?  Insights From a Girl Without Sight, Laurie Rubin’s voice, spirit, and story captivate audiences like no other.  New York Times critic Anthony Tommasini praised her “compelling artistry,” “communicative power,” and the “earthy, rich, and poignant qualities” of her voice.  LA Times critic Mark Swed describes her voice as “darkly complex,” “mysteriously soulful,” and “intense.” She has performed with the likes of conductor John Williams and opera star Frederica von Stade, and performed in concert at the White House and the JFK Center for Performing Arts.

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