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A Louisville native, Lauren began singing and performing at the age of 4 at her church and dance studio recitals. She attended Louisville Male High school, where she was a featured soloist in show choir and had leading roles in the school's drama and musical theatre productions. During high school, Lauren began taking private voice lessons with several different teachers to learn healthy vocal and performance technique and prepare for college auditions.  She also attended SINGING CAMP with Lesley McFerron and performed with SING USA's performing troupe as a featured soloist and dancer.  

 
Lauren furthered her education in music at Murray State University and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Music Business with an emphasis in Vocal Performance.  While at Murray, Lauren performed in numerous theatrical and musical productions and was a member of the Concert Choir under the direction of Dr. Bradley Almquist. The choir had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall during her freshman year. "It was truly surreal," says Lauren of the experience. "I was just in awe the entire time. It was such a privilege to make such beautiful choral music in that historical space. I wish I could do it again!" 

At Murray, Lauren played the roles of Janet van de Graaf in The Drowsy Chaperone, The Queen of the Night in an abridged version of The Magic Flute, a Silly Girl and a Napkin in Beauty and the Beast, and several others.

Currently, Lauren can be found teaching private voice lessons with Sing USA, singing on the worship team at her church, and performing in local theatrical productions.

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 See Lauren on WHAS Great Day Live performing "My New Philosophy"