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Lyric Soprano

DEBUT ALBUM RECORDING | Universal Music Group
Orquesta Filarmónica de Zapopan |
Conducted by Maestro Plácido Domingo


OPERA GALA with Maestro Plácido Domingo
Orquesta Filarmónica de Zapopan
 September 2022

Teatro Colón 

 September 2022

LA TRAVIATA | Violetta Valéry | Verdi
Orquesta Filarmónica de Zapopan

IL POSTINO | Beatrice | Catán
Orquesta Filarmónica de Zapopan
November 2022

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"...Special mention should be made of the Irish soprano Laura Sheerin in the role of the sad Mimì, very moving in the assumption of the fragile character."

"...The best moment of her was during the third act in which hers 'Addio, senza rancor' was outlined with a beautiful emission, showing desolation and tragic overtones."


"...In 'Sono andati?', The soprano offered a very eloquent and sincere moment."





"The duet of Irish soprano Laura Sheerin and Mexican tenor Benito Rodríguez stunned the audience with 'Torero quiero ser' from 'El gato montés'".





"The tenor Benito Rodríguez stood out for a very beautiful voice and secure high notes in the duet “Torero quiero ser” from Penella's 'El Gato Montés' alongside the exquisite Irish soprano Laura Sheerin.



"...Laura Sheerin finds a beautiful balance between innocence and a feisty spirit as Zerlina, with a voice ready for the big stage." 

(Madame X - Radius at the Grimeborn Festival)

Camilla Gurtler: 'A Younger Theatre'



"...Beautiful voices abound across the board, with a stand-out performance from stunning soprano Laura Sheerin as Zerlina, muse and lover of artist Masetto..." 

(Madame X - Radius at the Grimeborn Festival) 

Georgia Mizen: 'The Upcoming' 



“...Laura Sheerin provided an excellent foil for the predatory Carmen with the most innocent Micaëla – a joy to listen to…" 

John Byrne: ‘Musical opinion’ 



“...Laura Sheerin was a feisty Susan, pouting and flouncing, violently relieving her anger on some unfortunate vegetables, and rebelling against her parents’ matrimonial machinations by plastering herself in lipstick — as if she had had an accident with the ketchup bottle. Sheerin displayed a strong technique, shaping her melodic lines clearly and intelligently, and, with tenor Alberto Souso’s Prince Phillippe, creating moments of tenderness and realism to balance the farce...” 

(Berkeley’s ‘A Dinner Engagement’ WFO) 

Claire Seymour: ‘Opera Today’ 

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