Lauren A. Cook, soprano, is a Boston area vocalist, educator, and arts administrator. Her performance credits encompass work in opera, musical theatre, oratorio, and art song, including appearances with Opera del West, Anthem Theatre Company at the Boston Center for the Arts, and with the Schola Cantorum at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. As an educator, Lauren works across multiple genres with singers of all ages and focuses on cross training musical theatre belt, “legit,” and classical techniques. She is on the faculty of the Holden Voice Program at Harvard University and maintains a private studio where she specializes in training singers who are returning to voice lessons after clinical rehabilitation for performance related injuries. Lauren is also in demand as a masterclass presenter and has led workshops for the Collegium Musicum at Harvard University and at Anna Maria College in Paxton, MA. She served as the Executive Director of the New School of Music in Cambridge, MA for three years and is currently a graduate student in the Vocal Pedagogy program at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee where she studies with Christy Turnbow.